Comprised of over 3000 individual reefs spanning the area of over 70 million football fields (yes, really!), how do you choose which Outer Barrier Reef to go to? Hold onto your BCD as we've got some snack-sized suggestions for you to start with.
7 fun nature-based activities for kids to enjoy in Cape Tribulation and the Daintree. Take a walk on the wild side and get back to nature in one of the most beautiful places on earth with these seven fun-filled ideas to please every member of the family.
From birds and butterflies to crocodiles and cassowaries, put down your cocktail served inside a coconut, and have yourself an Australian wildlife encounter near Port Douglas.
What would you do if you had time up your sleeve in the oldest rainforest in the world? With over 17,000 hectares of lush rainforest to explore, it’s easy to become overwhelmed in this Wet Tropics wonderland. Cue the to-do list and try these 11 things in the Daintree on for size.
Low Isles is the perfect Great Barrier Reef getaway for the whole family to explore wonders of the reef, swim with turtles or simply relax on the beach and absorb the beauty of the tropics.
We've lined up 13 fresh ideas for having fun with your kids these school holidays in Port Douglas. and help banish the “I’m bored” blues - at least for this round of holidays.
Many people think the Daintree and Cape Tribulation warrant only a day trip from nearby Port Douglas, but stay a few days and the secrets of the rainforest really open up to you. Get ready to disconnect as you discover all the reasons why you should visit the Daintree Rainforest now.
Dating back over 135 million years, the Daintree is one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth and home to some very unique animals.
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