Daintree Jungle Treehouse
A treehouse in the middle of a jungle? This is quite common. Treehouse’s origins are actually this, a shelter on the tree -usually in the jungle- to be protect from the animals and other dangers. But this treehouse has something different!
This treehouse is in Australia, in the Rainforest Hideaway that runs along “an exceptionally scenic stretch of coastal road that hugs remote deserted beaches wedged between two World Heritage-listed national parks, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the Daintree Rainforest”. Daintree Jungle Treehouse
“The Jungle Treehouse is an octagon shaped pole cabin, set three metres high to enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding rainforest, 150 metres from the nearest neighbour, and right next to a beautiful fresh water creek. This unique Daintree accommodation features a (composting) toilet with rainforest views, an outdoor (hot) shower, solar electricity, a queen size bed, an east-facing breakfast bar, a back veranda and basic kitchen facilities and a bar fridge”. And really important: “99% of the year the nights are mosquito free!” Daintree Jungle Treehouse
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