Silky Oaks Lodge | Australia | If Only

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Following it’s 20 million refurbishments at the end of 2021, you feel a real sense of exclusivity and luxury at the resort. Before arrival, travellers will make a 50-minute journey, that showcases the stunning views of the rainforest on the Great Barrier Reef Drive, which is paired with the Baillie Lodges podcast until you arrive. The main lodge is home to 40 guest suites, which reflects the Baillie Lodges style, and despite the sense of luxury and exclusivity this resort will feel like a holiday home in a different world. The suites also have exclusive access to the private decks that featuring hammocks that will sway in the afternoon breeze and outdoor baths surrounded by the tropical trees and Australian sunshine.

While at the resort, guests can enjoy the Treehouse Restaurant that has a 'plant to plate' service on the daily changing menu made to suit the tropical climate. Although the resort is set in a secluded tropical paradise, there is an array of activities for guest to enjoy, from guided yoga classes and Spa Treatments to hot-air-ballooning and river exploration.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star Deluxe
  • 40 rooms



The Silky Oaks Lodge offers 6 different styled suites, all revitalised with the refurbishment. Whether you sleep in the Rainforest Retreat, which Overlooks the tropical rainforest through floor-to-ceiling windows or the Daintree Pavilion, which brings a new definition to luxury with a fireplace, tiered infinity pool and plunge spa, you will be treated to restful sleep. All while enjoying the welcoming sights and sounds of the captivating rainforest.



Guests can eat enjoy Breakfast with à la carte menu options. While lunch and dinner at the Silky Oaks Lodge restaurant that offer Australian food with an Asian influence which gives you a true taste of Queensland, sourced from the local Tropical North there is a collection of seafood, nuts, chocolate, coffee, and tropical fruit to enjoy. While other options include Australia’s finest produce to offer up a more complete menu. There is also a bar where guests can enjoy sunset drinks.



There is plenty to do at this secluded resort including a list of signature experience including, rainforests walks, morning yoga and drifting through the nearby Mossman River. Guests can also visit the regions nearby natural attractions, including the Daintree Rainforest and Mossman Gorge, Port Douglas, the Great Barrier Reef, the Atherton Tablelands and Cape Tribulation. Travellers are also offered unique experiences including from Indigenous guided hikes and snorkelling the reef to scenic helicopter flights.



There is no better place to relax then in the Healing Waters Spa, which is surrounded by the lush greenery and the quite sounds of rainforest in which it resides. With seven treatment rooms available, including couples’ rooms and a vichy shower, there is always time for you to relax. Book a luxury spa treatment including body rituals, facial treatment, signature ceremonies and more. And if the spa isn’t your thing, there are also yoga classes for you to find tranquillity.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Brisbane International Airport or Cairns International Airport


Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes by car or 20 minutes by helicopter from Cairns International Airport


Queensland's idyllic climate lends itself to year round visits, particularly in the southern and central areas. The Far North falls under the influence of the tropical monsoon season with heavy rain showers and high humidity being a common occurrence from December to March.