Native Creatures - Daintree Rainforest of Australia.
Visit the Daintree Village. Explore the delightful Daintree Village and its unusual stores selling local arts and crafts including handmade pottery, textiles, produce, souvenirs and tropical clothing. Visit an Aboriginal art centre, Janbal Gallery, which features Aboriginal artefacts and art steeped in reef and rainforest culture.Here, you can paint a boomerang or canvas, share stories with.
A small and intimate lodge offering tranquility and total seclusion, set in the world heritage rainforest, Daintree Wilderness Lodge is one of the most natural hideaways in tropical north Queensland. The lodge is just a 90 minute drive on sealed roads north of Cairns but feels a thousand miles away due to its unique and stunning setting.
The Daintree Rainforest sits alongside the Great Barrier Reef and is the only place on Earth where two World Heritage sites meet In addition, if you're looking for things to do in the Daintree and Tropical North QLD and its surrounding areas, be sure to visit our main Tropical North QLD region page for information on tours, activities and much more.
Animals of Daintree Australia:. Feeds on fallen rainforest fruits and is the only disperser of some of the larger rainforest seeds. Will also eat fungi and small dead animals etc.Although generally shy, can be aggressive and dangerous, particularly when protecting chicks. Daintree River Ringtail Possum. This possum is nocturnal and loves bleeding heart and pink almond rain forest trees. Two.
The Taste of the Rainforest Food Trail takes in the Cook Hwy from Palm Cove north to the Port Douglas Mossman area, across the Daintree River, passed Cow Bay and up to Cape Tribulation. Here the magic of the coastal rainforest produces some beautiful tropical foods. Great restaurants punctuate your travel and if you are staying in Port Douglas, there is lots to offer.
Fruits of the rainforest and seed dispersal. The 'Black Palm' Normanbya normanbyi, is restricted to the Daintree lowland rainforest, and produces a large bright red fruit with edible and juicy flesh (below). A study of this Palm analyzed the fruit pattern distribution away from the parent trees, and found they followed lines down slopes, suggesting they had been carried by overland.
Fruits Apple Apple Tree Orchard medium Green Apple. Daintree Plateau; Mahogany Rainforest warm Mango Mango tree Madagascar warm.