Daintree National Park
Australia, Cape Tribulation

Daintree National Park is Australia's largest rainforest area, located in the very north of Queensland, 100 km northwest of Cairns. Dintree rainforests are considered the oldest on the planet, they continuously grow in this area for more than 110 million years. To protect the unique rainforest and preserve its greatest biodiversity, Daintree National Park was created in 1981, and in 1988 it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its name was given in honor of Richard Daintree, an Australian geologist and photographer.
The territory of the national park covers more than 56 hectares of pristine rainforest, which is several million years old. Daintley’s vegetation is simply enchanting: giant trees with vines hanging from them, palm trees, orchids, ferns. In the wilds of the forest you can see possums, marsupials, luminous green frogs and many other representatives of the amazing Australian fauna. There is a wide variety of butterflies, bats and birds, as well as more than 12,000 species of insects.
In addition, the landscape of Dintree National Park is striking in its diversity of magnificent landscapes: mountain ranges, fast streams and waterfalls, deep gorges and dense tropical vegetation. A charming coastal landscape created by an extremely rare combination of rainforest with white sandy beaches, bordered by reefs off the coast.

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