The Daintree Rainforest

By admin| August 13, 2014|

The Daintree Rainforest is a magical place. Apart from containing the largest contiguous tract of tropical rainforest in Australia, it houses more species than Kakadu National Park, and contains one of the most complex ecosystems on earth. At 135-million-years-old, it’s also the oldest rainforest in the world. Located just north of Port Douglas, the Daintree was listed as part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage site in 1988, in recognition of its unique floral and faunal inhabitants. The

The Dreaming Track – Bushwalking Australia

By proof| January 14, 2011|

The Queensland Government is planning to begin construction of The Dreaming Track in 2011. The Dreaming Track will be a combination of trails that will join the Daintree to the tip of Cape York. Four weeks is the recommended time frame if you wish to do the 2000 km trail passing through the Daintree Rainforest, Cooktown, Laura, Lakefield, Coen, Lockhart, Heathlands and Bamaga. Walkers of the Dreaming Track will experience rainforests, isolated mountain ranges, mangrove forests + rivers, grasslands and

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