Situated at the entrance to Mossman Gorge (the southern end of Daintree national park). Mossman Gorge B&B is a traditional bed and breakfast in a rainforest setting. Guests share the upstairs level of the home with the hosts, and enjoy access to indoor/outdoor living/dining areas, verandahs, a limited use kitchen and swimming pool.
The property features a saltwater swimming pool surrounded by rainforest gardens. Mossman Gorge National Park is just a 5-minute drive away.
All our rooms are equipped with a ensuite bathrooms. Extras include free toiletries, hairdryer, wifi, BBQ, microwave, shared fridge, pod machine and kitchenette.
Mossman Gorge is 3min & Cairns Airport is 75min from the fromthe B&B.
Mossman Gorge Bed and Breakfast is ideally located to explore: Port Douglas, the Great Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation – Daintree National park and the Northern Atherton Tablelands. Our modern timber tree top home combines stunning views and the experience of sharing your visit with a North Queensland family.a
7 Gorge View Crescent
PO Box 1079
Phone: +61 7 40982497
Mossman Gorge bnb is a small, family run traditional bed and breakfast perched on the edge of a hill overlooking the Mossman valley. With views across to the mountains of World heritage listed Daintree national park. Our property is thick rainforest with landscaped gardens, lookouts and quirky garden features. We live on site. We have chickens, bees, a large selection of fruit trees and exotic plant life in our garden as well as our own creek and rainforest walk.
Chris and I live on site and are keen gardeners, avid bird watchers and love all things in nature. We love diving and have dived on most of the reefs off Port Douglas. We can help you organise your time in the area with loads of info on what to do whilst staying.
How we look at life:
Breakfast is served on the main verandah each morning at 8am. This allows our guests to take in the superb view across the valley to the mountains of Daintree national park and the Great Dividing Range, as it is lit by the morning sun and to be entertained by the many birds that also come for breakfast. Most mornings the verandah plays host to Kookaburras, honeyeaters, cat birds, friar birds and who ever else happens to be around at the time.
Early or packed breakfast can be arranged for those venturing out to the reef, departing on early morning flights or on other adventures.
Light weight clothing (cotton shorts/skirts/sarongs and cotton shirts) the lighter the better, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, small beach towel and swimmers, umbrella or if you have it tropical weight wet weather gear (normal wet weather gear is too heavy for the tropics), walking sandals or shoes you can wear in water.
Shorts for day wear and jeans/trousers for night plus a jumper/jacket, it can get cool in the evenings (you will be surprised just how cool it can get), small beach towel and swimmers, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, walking sandals or shoes, umbrella just in case (after all it is the wet tropics).
A day at the reef is a must do and if this isn’t enough and you want more, then a visit to the Low Isles is a wonderful day.
Take a spin around the rainforest paths of Mossman Gorge and finish with a swim.
Enjoy a half day with the Walker Boy, a local indigenous family collecting bush tucker at Cooya beach.
Spend some time at the Rainforest Habitat to see our fantastic birdlife (10 minutes from us) or get up close to a crocodile at Hartley’s Creek Crocodile Farm. (20 minutes from us) Try ‘the swim with crocs’ experience to get the adrenalin rushing.
To Cape Tribulation: For guests with only limited time, a day trip to the cape is perfect, we have a very good map on which we mark all the really good things to do.
Take a drive to Mareeba and Granite Gorge where the resident rock wallabies come in to be fed. Visit the Atherton Tablelands to sample some of the local produce eg coffee, tea, cheese, fruit and vegetables and local wines. (a day trip)
If you’re visiting on the weekend then don’t miss out on the Saturday markets in Mossman under the enormous Rain Trees and the Sunday market on the waterfront in Port Douglas.
Spend a day relaxing by the pool, in a cool Rainforest swimming hole or on one of the many beaches in the local area.
Go horse riding, parasailing, bird watching, reef or estuary fishing, hang gliding, jet skiing.
To get the best out of our area guests will need a car whilst staying with us. Public transport in a rural area is nothing like it’s big city cousin with limited services available.
Check in: 2pm – 8pm
Check out: 10am
Due to Covid & Health Department requirements, time is needed between guest check in and check out to complete a thorough cleaning of all guest areas.
Early check ins are not possible – our apologies.
No fees will be charged should you need to cancel for the following reason:
Please understand that as a small family run business, last minute cancellations have a huge impact on our bottom line.
We charge fees to encourage our guests to provide us with enough time to hopefully find a replacement booking.
Bookings are subject to the following conditions, please read carefully.
Rates are in Australian dollar and are per room, 2 adults sharing.
Rates include a tropical continental breakfast.
All rooms have ensuite bathroom, ceiling fan, air conditioning and are fully screened against insects.
Guests at Mossman gorge bed and breakfast will require a car to enjoy all the area has to offer.
Contact us by
phone: + 61 07 4098 2497
or via our booking link to receive the best price.
Booking with us direct means we cut out the middle man and charge you a better rate.
Mandy, Phoebe, Grace and Chris Coxon
Please contact for availability.