Australia's land area is 16% native forests and 3% of that is rainforest. These ecosystems are not only abundant with flowing waterways and lush greenery, but they are also home to unique wildlife, vibrant flowers, and indigenous plants.
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Australia's Wet Tropics of Queensland were inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1988 to conserve, protect, rehabilitate, present, and transmit the area to future generations.
In the northern parts of the Wet Tropics are the beautiful reef and rainforest vistas of Daintree Coast.
It is the largest remaining stand of lowland tropical rainforest in Australia, with the perfect climate for colourful butterflies, flowers, and birds.
Being millions of years old, Daintree became the last refuge for indigenous wildlife over time.
Also known as the Cairns Highlands and Atherton Tablelands, Kuranda's rainforest is known for its unique volcanic craters, lakes, lush forests, and mountains.
Another highlight of the rainforest in the mountainous and tiered Barron Falls.
It is teeming with life, free-flying, hopping, walking, and crawling but there are also parks for wildlife, birds, and butterflies.
This national park is a part of the Gondwana Rainforests, another rainforest that is a World Heritage Area.
Two hours drive south of Brisbane, this rainforest boasts ancient trees, spectacular views, exceptional ecological importance, and natural beauty.