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Peppers Bloomfield Lodge Far North Queensland, Cape Tribulation

Nestled within the magnificent ecosystem of the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest, on the shores of the Coral Sea and the Great Barrier Reef, Peppers Bloomfield Lodge can lay claim to being one of Australia’s most remote luxury retreats and, offers a truly unique and relaxing way to experience the tropical rainforest.

Peppers Bloomfield Lodge has been carefully designed to blend into the beauty of the rainforest, while views out over the blue waters of Weary Bay are a reminder of its coastal location. With a maximum of 34 guests, Peppers Bloomfield has an intimate and relaxed atmosphere.

Besides the peace and tranquillity that is Peppers Bloomfield’s essence, activities are plentiful. Choose between trips to the reef or deep into the rainforest, go fishing from the lodge’s jetty or take advantage of the excellent facilities and have a spa or massage.

And as with all Peppers Retreats and Resorts, Bloomfield Lodge offers quality cuisine, matched with premium wines. Served in the comfort of the open-air dining room, mealtimes are a very sociable time with the opportunity for guests to swap stories and experiences in an atmosphere designed to create lasting memories.

Arriving is half the fun at Peppers Bloomfield Lodge. A thrilling two-hour journey involves a courtesy car from the Cairns International Airport or your hotel, a scenic flight over the dazzling Queensland coastline dotted with tiny islands and reefs, a short trip by unsealed road and a river cruise. The final touch in this unique little adventure comes as the boat lets down wheels and is pulled ashore for the driest of landings and a cooling drink, whilst the magic of Peppers Bloomfield Lodge takes over.

Accommodation Options

Rainforest Room

Conveniently located adjacent to the main Lodge, Rainforest rooms provide comfortable accommodation within easy reach of the pool, deck area and other facilities.

Queenslander Room

Queenslanders are spacious rooms located in a pretty terrace of four cabins, in a beautiful spot overlooking Weary Bay. They are within easy walking distance of the main Lodge and all facilities. A separate family suite sleeps four.

Deluxe Room

Located away from the main Lodge on the hillside, Deluxe rooms are even more spacious than the Rainforest and Queenslander rooms and provide picturesque views over Weary Bay and the rainforest.


Although called Honeymoon cottages, anyone can indulge themselves for a few days by staying in one of these sumptuous hideaways. Each has its own unique character and has been designed to provide the ultimate in luxury and comfort. Their superb hillside location ensures complete seclusion and privacy.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Cruising
  • Swimming
  • National Park
  • Adventure
  • Rainforest
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife
  • Fishing - Beach
  • World Heritage

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