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If you’re looking to explore the rainforest, Jungle Tours & Trekking is for you. The Daintree Rainforest is 1,200 square kilometres of luscious, dense rainforest. As the oldest rainforest in the world, taking a trip to the Daintree Rainforest is like taking a journey back in time.

Why Wet Season In The Daintree Rainforest Is Magical

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When it comes to wet season in the Daintree Rainforest, Mother Nature really does put on a show! From standing under the shelter of umbrella palms during a dramatic downpour, to cooling off in deep rainforest pools, here’s why the Wet Season in the Daintree Rainforest is magical.   It Becomes The Emerald City During […]

Animals In The Daintree: The Weird & The Wonderful

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Animals in the Daintree are enough to impress even the most avid nature spotter! This unique rainforest ecosystem is home to 430 bird species, 12,000 insect species and 30% of Australia’s reptile, frog and marsupial species. As a matter of fact, the Daintree Rainforest has the largest concentration of rare and threatened animal species in […]

My Jungle Tours Adventure

Grace's Jungle Tours Adventure at Cape Tribulation Beach

Recently, our Sales Media coordinator headed north for a Jungle Tours Adventure. She shares her experience with us in this weeks blog.   Grace’s Jungle Tours Adventure I began my Jungle Tours adventure with a pick up from my friendly tour guide for the day – George. It was great to have a small tour group […]

International Day of Forests

Crystal Cascades - courtesy of Tourism Tropical North Queensland

Today, March 21st 2016, is International Day of Forests; this is an opportunity to celebrate the many ways in which forests provide for us. International Day of Forests was established by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on November 28, 2012. This year the United Nations focus is water and raising awareness of how important forests are […]

To all our wonderful passengers, visitors, supporters, and followers past and future, we are required to follow government regulations and stop operation until further notice due to COVID-19. The animals at the CaPTA Group's parks will continue to be cared for during this time by our wonderful wildlife staff. It is sad to have to write this after over 39 years of operation, however we will get through this together and look forward to reopening and welcoming you all back in when possible. We will keep you posted, please be patient as we work through this.

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