Visit Daintree & Cape Tribulation
The 135-million-year-old Daintree rainforest is the oldest in the world. It is a vast, exotic living museum, home to the largest range of plants and animals in the world. Once you cross the Daintree River north toward Cape Tribulation you are entering an untouched and ancient region where a 4WD vehicle is a must. Cape Tribulation – where the reef meets the rainforest – is the only place in the world where two World Heritage-listed areas meet and as you move further north into the Cape York Peninsula, the region’s remoteness only increases. The spectacular Mossman Gorge, near Port Douglas, is a very scenic and accessible section of the Daintree where you can witness powerful strangler figs, the rare Boyd’s Forest Dragon and the crystal-clear Mossman River cascading over huge granite boulders.
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In between beachfront stays, this comprehensive itinerary will see you escape to the wilds of the Daintree Rainforest before enjoying a small-boat cruise through the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll stop at pristine reefs and secret islands for everything from snorkelling to glass-bottom boat tours.
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Discover the city sophistication of Sydney, the monolithic beauty and Aboriginal culture of Uluru and the underwater wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.
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Visit the ancient rainforests of Queensland’s Daintree, relax in Port Douglas and unwind on Lizard Island, a remote hideaway on the Great Barrier Reef.
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Explore the delights of New South Wales before spending time in Australia’s cultural heart – the Red Centre. Finish your trip with a beach stay in tropical north Queensland.
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