From the age of the dinosaurs
In Australia’s Tropical North, there’s a tiny pocket of tropical rainforest that’s survived for millions of years, from the time dinosaurs wandered the Earth. It’s quite unlike any other place on the planet. Discover the rare plants, birds and animals that call this extraordinary World Heritage landscape home.
Glide above the canopy on a cableway or zip-line, swim in pristine swimming holes or wander trails through the rainforest. Keep a lookout for cassowary and tree kangaroos when you can.
The world’s oldest tropical rainforest