Jindalba

Posted July 24, 2014  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

Jindalba (Kuku Yalanji – meaning ‘foot of the mountain’) provides a 650-metre easy-graded public boardwalk, with a moderate 3-km forest-floor extended trail for self-guided rainforest access. There is a large picnic area with tables and toilets.  Wheelchair access to the viewing area of the creek is from the exit-end only, near the disability access parking …

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Daintree National Park

Posted January 29, 2014  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

Daintree National Park features long sandy beaches, rocky headlands and steep mountain ranges intersected by numerous creeks and rivers. One of Australia’s last extensive stands of lowland rainforest is found here. Impenetrable ranges, rising steeply from the coast, are blanketed with dense upland rainforests supporting many ancient plants and animals. This unique landscape is the …

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Snake House Cape Trib

Posted January 26, 2014  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

Snake House Cape Trib is the home of Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours and the central meet and greet location for tours and activities in Cape Tribulation. Yes we do have real live snakes! Entrance is free to view Olivia the Olive Python, Snappy and Spotty the Carpet Pythons and BHP the gorgeous Black Headed Python. …

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Daintree Rainforest

Daintree Rainforest

Posted July 20, 2012  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

Daintree Rainforest occupies the centrepiece of the last remnant of the oldest surviving rainforest in the world. Recognised for its universal significance and inscribed onto the World Heritage List on the 9th December 1988, Daintree Rainforest is regulated for the highest order of conservation protection possible. Ecotourism access to Daintree Rainforest is available to members of …

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Daintree Entomological Museum

Daintree Entomological Museum

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If you are curious about the strange Bugs and Butterflies of the world then this is the place to visit, they’re all here. The Museum houses the largest collection of rare and bizarre insects in Australia. Stephen Lamond has spent the majority of his life working as a commercial collector in many parts of the …

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Daintree Discovery Centre

Daintree Discovery Centre

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A world class ecotourism facility nestled in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest.  The multi-award winning Daintree Discovery Centre allows visitors to enjoy the rainforest at every level, from the forest floor to the upper-most reaches of the canopy, via a 23m high canopy tower, spectacular aerial walkway, rainforest boardwalks, a large indoor interpretive display …

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Lync Haven Wildlife Experience

Posted June 20, 2012  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

Lync Haven’s Wildlife Experience gives you the opportunity to experience the Daintree Rainforest in a relaxed and friendly environment.  Set amongst 20 acres of Tropical Rainforest, Lync Haven’s Wildlife Experience offers something for everyone. The retreat’s surroundings are alive with the sounds of native rainforest wildlife. Flora and fauna are abundant in this enviroment and …

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Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours

Posted June 13, 2012  /   By admin  /  0 Comments

There’s a new species in the world’s oldest rainforest… the Jungle Surfer! Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours are unique rainforest tours where your feet don’t touch the ground. Fly through the trees on flying fox ziplines, stopping at 5 tree platforms to take in spectacular bird’s eye views over the treetops, down to cascading streams and …

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