Daintree National Park Tourism, Australia
Daintree National Park is a charming and alluring destinations that amaze anyone who visited it with amazing natural scenery. Diverse flora and fauna, trail, waterfalls, mountains, beaches, spectacular jungle life and many species of rare and endangered species that are not found anywhere else. Sometimes something older, becoming increasingly untouched. Like the Daintree National Park in Far North Queensland, Australia, containing the rainforest was 110 million years, one of the oldest ecosystems on Earth. The Park is home to thousands of species of plants and trees that are over 2,500 years. There are more than 430 species of birds found here. Mammals include opossums, striped bandicoot, long nose Brown bandicoot, Kangaroo, musky rats, and swamp Wallabies, Platypus and short-beaked Echidna. Among the reptiles present are Boyd’s forest Dragon, Eastern Dragon, gecko Chameleon, leaf-tailed gecko north, amethystine or scrub python and keelback. Frogs are found in the Park include white-lipped lacelid, Australia treefrog and green eyed treefrog.
Daintree National Park is part of the wet tropics of Queensland. In 1988, listed as a world heritage list. The park consists of two parts, with agricultural areas that were settled between them that includes the cities of Mossman and Daintree village. The main entrance to the Park is located south of the Daintree River in Mossman Gorge, where visitors can see the rain forest at its best. The words of the Daintree National Park have been painted out on all road signs in Mossman by Douglas Shire council earlier, to direct visitors to the tourist area north of the Daintree River. Contains outstanding biodiversity. Habitat for rare wildlife and prolific birdlife. The name comes from The Daintree being named by George Elphinstone Dalrymple, an early Explorer of the area, his friend, Richard Daintree.