Home to the Wet Tropics World Heritage area and a number of National Parks, Tropical North Queensland offers an unrivalled wildlife experience for nature lovers.
The Daintree Rainforest is home to a third of Australia’s mammals, a quarter of its frogs and nearly half the country’s bird species.
Immerse yourself in beautiful waterfalls, hike through the jungle or explore the lava tubes of ancient volcanoes. There are a number of trails to explore for avid trekkers and mountain biking nature lovers with options for both self-guided exploration and guided tours.
On the seaside, the Great Barrier Reef offers a 2,900 km playground of protected reef and islands hosting 1,625 species of fish and six of the world’s seven turtle species For a complete overview of Queensland’s National Parks, see this map.