It may not be as well-known as the Big Banana or Big Pineapple but the Big Barra in Daintree Village is big in the hearts of all visitors and locals and is the main presence to all who visit. This is a pearl of a property, built in 1870 on the wave of the cedar timber industry. As timber turned to tourism the Big Barra not only served tourist goodies, but the Museum and Timber Gallery, with wood turners in the workshop, gave visitors an idea of the history of the area.
At the end of the street the Croc, wildlife and bird tours leave to head out along the Daintree River. Passing through are the 4 x 4ers grabbing their last supplies and a good feed. Some come to visit local rainforest & waterfalls, while many are visiting on their way to Cape Tribulation.
The Big Barra has its own riches to offer with its varied revenue streams and vast potential including a Restaurant, Tour kiosk, Workshop, and gallery. For further information or to inspect, contact Jenna 0403 479 164 or Rosie 0467 730 784.
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