A Walk in the Daintree Rainforest

The tropical Daintree Rainforest in Queensland, Australia is one of the most complex on Earth. Its plant diversity and structural complexity is unrivalled on the Australian continent. Descendants of plant life can be found today with many of their ancestors’ primitive characteristics, some dating back 110 million years. Carefully designed walkways through the forest enable the visitor to enjoy this diversity, to see plant life transmogrify, evolve, die, smother, climb, submerge, compete, rot, and re-emerge within this unique UNESCO world Heritage site.
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39 thoughts on “A Walk in the Daintree Rainforest”

  1. At a very late viewing I am most taken by the ‘closeness’ you have displayed . . . the leaf and the root and the blossom . . . you made me feel I was there and for that I say thank you . . .


    1. Very Kind Eha. Every step in the Daintree is so incredible, down below, up above, the light, the dark, the heat and diversity of plant life- I need to get back up there.


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