Credits & Thanks
We hope you enjoy the Daintree Coast website!
Our website is independently owned and operated and aims to promote and support the local community and provide information showcasing this amazing region.
Daintree Coast – be amazed.
The Daintree Coast website was developed with passion for this incredible region by Gemma and Simon – Digital Spice – Professional & Affordable Website Design, Digital Marketing & Hosting – Australia Wide.
We built this website as a contribution to the wonderful Daintree Coast community. There are a number of other tourism websites that have great info on the Daintree, but nothing that really showcased the people who live and work here.
We hope this website provides a useful resource for all.
We also aim to showcase and provide accessible information on all that makes this area absolutely amazing – the incredible ancient Daintree Rainforest, Daintree wildlife, The Great Barrier Reef, the stunning tropical beaches, local destinations and everything else that makes this place so special.
Ok starting this credits page out a bit personal…
This creation of this website is dedicated in absolute loving memory of my beautiful dad – Dave Heggie. We created many great projects together. You were the best. Thanks for your part on giving me life. I know you would be proud of me for building this community website.
The majority of photos on the Daintree Coat website were taken by Gemma Heggie unless otherwise credited. Any reproduction or use of photos or content from this website is be by written approval only.
Thanks to the Daintree Coast community!
Many thanks to all who contributed content for this website, shared their stories on living in the Daintree Rainforest, and all the locals who have provided encouragement and support.
Special thanks to –
Mike & Trish D’Arcy who started us off on our Daintree journey by taking us under your wings when we first moved here. You can listen to some of Mike’s fascinating and engaging audio guides of the Daintree here. Thanks so much for sharing them with us!
Carmen from the beautiful Cockatoo Hill Retreat – Thanks for your support.
John Scott for contributing the first community blog article – Disabled in the Daintree.
Lawrence Mason for providing some historical background, contributing some wonderful historical photos of the region and for providing helpful feedback. Much appreciated.
Many thanks to others who have also contributed photos, suggestions, feedback and insight.
This website will continue to grow over time with more content and we hope locals and visitors to this amazing region find this website a useful resource.
If you have any feedback for our website, please get in touch via our contact page. Thanks!
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