The Daintree Rainforest and Daintree River

The Daintree National Park was added to the World Heritage List in 1988 in recognition of its universal natural values.

The area is estimated to be 140 million years old and is the oldest living tropical rainforest on earth. It is one of the most diverse and beautiful examples of Mother Nature in the world and home to an enormous range of plants and animals. An astonishing 430 species of birds call the Daintree Rainforest home, 13 of which are found nowhere else on the planet! As well as this,  the Daintree Rainforest is home to 30% of Australia’s frog species, 65% of its bats and butterflies, 20% of its birds, all squeezing into 0.2% of the continent’s land mass. So no matter where you look, there is wonder nearby!

No matter where you look, there is wonder nearby!

During your stay in the Daintree Rainforest, you may like to visit some of our friends.. these are a great way to explore the Daintree Rainforest and the Daintree River!

Daintree Boatman Nature Tours

Enjoy an exclusive river cruise down the Daintree River on one of two daily trips, dawn or dusk. Average of 40 wildlife species observed on each cruise!
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Jungle Surfing Adventures
What could be more exhilarating than learning about the Daintree Rainforest as you zip through the trees, high up in the canopy?

We don’t know, but we highly recommend this award winning adventure.
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Cooper Creek Wilderness

Join intrepid Daintree Rainforest guides, Prue, Angie and Neil on a world class wander through the forest.

Choose from one of 4 fabulous walking tours for different experience levels.  The guided walk can also be booked in association with a crocodile exploring tour down Cooper Creek.
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