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Spring

Spring brings warm days and nights with increasing humidity, however the temperatures are kept comfortable by the rainforest canopy in The Daintree. Canoeing, river snorkelling or paddling, goanna spotting, biking, guided walks or early morning yoga classes followed by a swim in the river are just some of the activities available during this season at Silky Oaks Lodge

September

Average temperature

29℃ (84℉)

22℃ (72℉)

October

Average temperature

30℃ (86℉)

23℃ (73℉)

November

Average temperature

32℃ (90℉)

25℃ (77℉)


Spring Activities

The Beach Billabong, upstream from the lodge, is a tranquil and calming place to sit with your feet in the … More »

The Beach Billabong, upstream from the lodge, is a tranquil and calming place to sit … More »

The Beach Billabong, upstream from the lodge, is a tranquil and calming place to sit with your feet in the water with the sight and sound of the gentle waterfall in the background.   More »

Push out a kayak from the riverbank in front of the lodge and meander along, exploring the lush rainforest and … More »

Push out a kayak from the riverbank in front of the lodge and meander along, … More »

Push out a kayak from the riverbank in front of the lodge and meander along, exploring the lush rainforest and the river life enveloped by the green canopy. More »

The Healing Waters Spa at Silky Oaks Lodge has been inspired by ancient wisdoms that celebrate water as a renewing and life-giving force. More »

The Healing Waters Spa at Silky Oaks Lodge has been inspired by ancient wisdoms that celebrate water as … More »

The Healing Waters Spa at Silky Oaks Lodge has been inspired by ancient wisdoms that celebrate water as a renewing and life-giving force. More »

Kuku Yalanji Cultural Tour with the aboriginal Walker brothers exploring the nearby beach mangroves and partaking in traditional hunting and … More »

Kuku Yalanji Cultural Tour with the aboriginal Walker brothers exploring the nearby beach mangroves and … More »

Kuku Yalanji Cultural Tour with the aboriginal Walker brothers exploring the nearby beach mangroves and partaking in traditional hunting and gathering practices with the Yalanji people on their Cultural Habitat Walk. More »

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