Australia is spoilt for choice when it comes to rainforests and mountainous peaks, with 125 million hectares of forest. Australia has the seventh biggest forest area in the world. When you hike and trek deep into the thick, natural rainforests, your lungs will be treated to some of the freshest air you will ever be likely to breathe.
Discover waterfalls pouring into the crisp pools that you can swim in, as you marvel the beauty of the surrounding native plants and wildlife. From eastern snake- necked turtles to brown striped frogs, Australia is home to diverse animals and native plants found across rainforests and national parks while others are endemic to a specific area.
Located in the Far North of Queensland, this is the only place in the world where two natural World Heritage listed sites meet. The Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier reef.
The Daintree Rainforest offers an unbelievable rainforest ecosystem also known as the ‘oxygen factory’ of the world. It is the oldest tropical rainforest on earth and its entangled treetops stretch all the way to the water.
The untouched rainforest offers so many activities left to the visitors’ imagination, making it an ideal destination for those who want to get away from it all and almost feel the absence of the rest of the world.