The Daintree Rainforest
The Daintree Rainforest is also World Heritage Listed and 15 minutes from Le Cher Du Monde. There are a wide variety of tours available. The Wet Tropics is a living record of the evolutionary & ecological process that shaped Australian plants and animals over the past 415 million years. Daintree Australia is internationally recognised as one of several Australian premier bird watching locations. Bird enthusiasts come to our area for this specific purpose of Bird watching. It has been recorded that over 430 species of birds encompass the Wet Tropics and the Great Barrier Reef region of Daintree Australia.
There are two species of crocodiles in Australia, the Saltwater and Freshwater species. Only the salt water crocodiles inhabit the Daintree River. The scientific name is Crocodylus Porosus. The Daintree River has a population of about 70 adult crocodiles.
When you visit Daintree Australia, you will think of the the largest reptile in Australia called the Estuarine Crocodile. However, most people are amazed at the diversity of reptiles found in and around the Daintree Rainforest of Daintree Australia. The Daintree Rainforest of Tropical North Queensland contains 190 or so species of endemic freshwater fish. Tropical North Queensland has the most diverse freshwater fish varieties in Australia.
While bird watching is popular another sport around the Daintree Rainforest is butterfly watching. There are many colourful butterflies in the Daintree Rainforest – swallow-tails, sword-tails, cruisers, jezabels, blues, triangles, leafwings, and many others float through the Daintree Rainforest trees and bush for your viewing enjoyment.
The Daintree River estuary is home to a large variety of marine and terrestrial life-forms. The Daintree River estuary is an important stop for your holiday adventures. The Daintree Rainforest is one of the most beautiful eco-systems in Australia – make time to book a special tour to visit the Daintree Rainforest.