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Silky Oaks Lodge

Renowned as one of Australia’s enduring luxury resorts, Tropical North Queensland hideaway Silky Oaks Lodge is currently closed with a significant refurbishment now underway. The multimillion-dollar project is designed to align the lodge features as well as the guest experience of the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest destination with Baillie Lodges’ existing portfolio of Australian luxury lodges. The new-look Silky Oaks Lodge is set to launch on 1 April 2021.

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Holiday Here This Year

Australian Traveller discovers the best ways to holiday in Queensland this year. From the coast to the cape and the savannah to the scenic rim, there's plenty to experience in the sunshine state.

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Discover the Great Outdoors

Take a guided hike and connect with the region's indigenous culture, sail the Great Barrier Reef, join a cooking masterclass and zip off on a driving safari to Cape Tribulation.

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The Recipe Files

As things cool down outside it’s time to warm up with some action in the kitchen. From his home base, Silky Oaks Head Chef Mark Godbeer shares his delicious go-to recipe for gnocchi.

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Green Light the Green Season

Tropical North Queensland is at its prime during this time: the waterfalls are flowing, frogs are chirping, birds are calling, the air is fresh and trees are dripping with sweet, juicy mangos!

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Chefs Table: BBQ

The newly released episode of Chef’s Table features Kuku Yalanji man Juan Walker, owner and guide of Walkabout Cultural Adventures in Queensland’s Daintree Rainforest.

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We’ll be back soon…

Tropical North Queensland’s celebrated luxury retreat Silky Oaks Lodge is currently closed for renovation. The property is set to reopen on 1 April 2021, offering a stylish new experience of Australia’s World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef.

How to book

Contact the Baillie Lodges reservations team via telephone +61 2 9918 4355, email reserve@baillielodges.com.au or complete the enquiry form. Alternatively book online now.

We look forward to seeing you in 2021!