Daintree National Park

A Wet Tropics World History Area, Daintree National Park in Far North Queensland is among the most very old communities on earth. The area belongs to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji (existing from the beginning) people, and many of its natural features hold great (related to religion or the soul)importance. The park includes two main sections: Mossman (deep crack in the Earth) where crystal clear waters gush over (very hard rock) giant rocks and Cape Trouble where the rainforest meets reef along the white sandy beaches of the Coral Sea. The stunning stretch of coast is one of the few places in the world where two of the planet’s richest communities come together. The park’s amazing (lots of different living things all existing together) includes more than 18,000 plant species and a huge organized row of animal species including the cassowary, crocodile, giant blue Ulysses butterfly, and the very private Bennett’s tree kangaroo. The resort town ofPort Douglas, just south of the park, is a great base to arrange (land area that has never been changed by people) safaris into the park


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