The Daintree is World Heritage listed for very good reasons. it's an awesome experience just being in the rainforest, breathing in the atmosphere, seeing the huge variety of life, it leaves you speechless when a cassowary stops and checks you out, yes, we saw wild cassowaries on different days. And there is a natural ice cream factory never thought ice cream could taste that fresh !
Located in the northeastern part of Australia, the Dan Cui Rainforest is one of the oldest rainforests on the planet. Animal and plant visits are the highlight of the tour, and spring is the best time to enjoy the time, when the temperature is pleasant, there are few storms, and the animals and plants are also the most active. 1 Animal and plant species Dordan Cuiyulin has the most flora and fauna on the planet. The rich canopy is home to one-third of Australia's frogs, marsupials and reptile species, and nearly two-thirds of bats and butterflies. kind. This huge rainforest is home to about 430 species of birds, 13 of which are not found anywhere else in the world.
Daintree Rainforest is the world's oldest and mysterious tropical rainforest.
The branches are entangled and entangled. This rainforest seems to breathe. Walking through it is like walking into its belly, which makes people feel deeply fearful.
The wild crocodile squatting on the waiting plane will make you accidentally become the nourishment of this rainforest.
Only the beautiful beaches of the suffering corner are incompatible with this place. It is unclear at a time. Is it a nightmare? Still entering the dream?
The rich canopy of the Daintree Rainforest is home to one-third of Australia's frogs, marsupials and reptiles, and nearly two-thirds of bats and butterfly species. This huge rainforest is home to about 430 species of birds, 13 of which are not found anywhere else in the world. Listen to their songs in the tree house in the morning, or listen to them sliding over the river at dawn. From September, you will be able to observe the charming brown-backed honeybird and Australian kingfisher. The parrots came with the storm in November, and they heard their hoarse voices in the early morning noise.