Daintree National Park Overview

The Daintree National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site traditionally owned by the Eastern Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people and is also known as the Daintree rainforest. The two parts of the park namely Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation with a small agricultural area between them, making it one of the unique places to visit in Queensland.

Here, you can set up a picnic on one of the picnic tables situated in the park, go camping, and enjoy hiking or walking along the trails. Cross the river via an old fashioned cable car and walk through the boardwalks to explore some almost untouched beaches. You can also see some rare species of birds and exceptional biodiversity in this national park.

Highlight of the place: Emerald green vines, ancient ferns, lush canopy, Daintree River, cruise rides, saltwater crocodiles

Location: North Queensland, Australia

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