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Daintree Tours

Daintree Rainforest Tours - Cape Tribulation Tours - Queensland Australia - beach image

Daintree Tours

The Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation Rainforest are World Heritage listed due to the very unique biodiversity they hold and the rare and endangered animals, trees, and rainforest plants sustained here. The other unique connection of the Daintree Rainforest is to the survival of the Great Barrier Reef and the continuance of drawing the rain to our region to ensure we have water all year round in Tropical North Queensland. When you take a guided Daintree Rainforest tour you can learn about the value of trees and plants to our health and the natural medicines they offer. Sit back relax and take home the knowledge of this land's natural biodiversity
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Rainforest Day Tours

Cairns & Port Douglas rainforest day tours - Waterfalls

Rainforest Day Tours

The rainforests of Tropical North Queensland are not only located in the world famous regions of the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation Rainforest but they stretch for hundreds of miles down south to Mission Beach and beyond. Each section of rainforest holds its own secrets, history and unique wildlife. Mission Beach has the largest number of Southern Cassowary and the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation Rainforests have the largest number of endemic animals found nowhere else in the world. These rainforests are also the only known home to the rare white kangaroos, platypus and Lumholtz Tree Kangaroos.
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Wildlife Attractions

Cairns Wildlife Parks and Zoos, Animal Attractions, Queensland Australia - Crocodile Basking in the sun

Wildlife Attractions

Seeing native Australian wildlife is so much fun on holidays and here in Cairns and Port Douglas we have a number of multi award winning Australian wildlife parks and attractions that allow you to get up close and personal with the wildlife. Cuddle a Koala, or have a photo taken with a black-headed python snake draped around your neck, or even holding a baby crocodile that only has sticky tape keeping its jaws closed. Breakfast with the birds or lunching with lorikeets is a favourite with the kids, and hand feeding giant ferocious crocodiles is for the brave.
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