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  • Daintree Tours Wildlife Rainforest
  • Nature Eco Tours
  • Daintree National Park
  • Cape Tribulation Queensland Australia
  • Port Douglas

Daintree Rainforest

The Daintree Rainforest Stretching from the Mossman Gorge to the Bloomfield River, is World Heritage listed and covers approximately 1200 square kilometres – the largest area of tropical rainforest on the Australian mainland.

Just a 20 minute drive north of the beautiful tropical village of Port Douglas will have you at Mossman Gorge, the southern part of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park. The size of the Mossman Gorge section of Daintree National Park is 56,500 hectares and the Mossman Gorge is part of the traditional lands of the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people

Further north and crossing the Daintree River by vehicular ferry will have you in an area full of ancient rainforest fringed by many pristine and uninhabited beaches.

There are no high rises or over development. The Daintree Rainforest residents live in harmony with the environment.

The stretch from the Daintree River to Cape Tribulation is one of the most visited areas of the Daintree Rainforest and for many visitors this is as far as they venture to.

Further north though is the Bloomfield Track, a good 33kms of off road driving from Cape Tribulation to The Bloomfield Falls. The road follows on to Cooktown. This area is one that many locals and visitors alike never experience. The coastal drive is full of spectacular beaches, views, creek and river crossings, majestic trees and history.

West of Port Douglas is the Great Diving Range which leads to the Atherton Tablelands via the Rex Range.  The road begins just north of Port Douglas and meanders along the Rex Range climbing about  800 metres above sea level. The Atherton Tablelands has much to offer and makes a great day out.