Daintree Rainforest Visitor Information
Visitor Information guides to the ancient and amazing Daintree Rainforest
Planning to a visit to the Daintree Rainforest? Read through our guides to learn about the unique ecosystems of the forest and things to keep an eye out for.
Discover the world’s oldest continuously surviving tropical rainforest.
Here you will find interesting facts on the amazing Daintree Rainforest and useful information to help you gain the most out of exploring this incredible and ancient rainforest.
The boardwalks and rainforest tracks throughout the Daintree Coast provide a wonderful platform for visitors to explore and discover the natural beauty and amazing diversity of the Daintree Rainforest. Each boardwalk provides a unique insight to the diverse ecosystems of the rainforest.
The 'wet' season from December to May is tropically warm and humid with consistent rainfall. If planning on traveling to the Daintree Rainforest during this period don't be put off by the idea of of rain. After-all it is a rain-forest. This is when the rainforest really comes to life.
This complete guide to the Daintree Rainforest will have you packing and ready to explore the world's oldest rainforest - the amazing Daintree Rainforest. Discover facts about the Daintree, how to get here, things to do, see and explore, where to stay, where to eat and more!
Visitors to the Daintree Rainforest experience the wonders of walking through an ancient forest with spectacular canopies, flowing creeks and amazing biodiversity. You may be alert to creepy crawlies that live in the jungle – such as bugs and spiders and wary of possibly spotting a snake whilst exploring the rainforest boardwalks, or perhaps a […]
Visiting the Daintree Coast
Daintree River to Cape Tribulation.
This spectacular region has real ‘WOW’ factor. Breath-taking natural beauty and wilderness at its very best in all seasons of the year.
The Daintree Coast website is your guide to exploring this unique area.
You’ll also find spectacular tropical beaches to wander along and take in the fresh crisp breeze of the Coral Sea.
And plenty of things to do, see and explore.