Best of Daintree in February 2019

How good was it to see the sun again this February after all the rain at the beginning of the year? You truly went out and about, enjoying flora and fauna of the Daintree.

We love discovering your adventures in the Daintree by looking for your #discoverthedaintree and #daintreediscoverycentre Instagram pics – thank you for all the #hashtagging!

These are our favourites for this month:

A gorgeous cassowary, rainforest walks and endless views, a cute green treefrog, sunrise in the Daintree, and finally something we are very excited about: a snapshot of our latest collaboration with Mossman Gorge Dreamtime Walk and Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours, the Daintree Attractions Pass.


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I’ll never tire of seeing these dudes in their natural environment. Though I do wish cassowaries wouldn’t hang out near the road – cars are their biggest enemy.


Still dreaming about this place; Mossman Gorge.


Awestralia 🌏

The last couple days of my Australian Adventure were happily spent road tripping through the world heritage Daintree Rainforest up to Cape Tribulation passing some truly beautiful scenery including Port Douglas!


Miss frog


Glorious morning sunrise 🌅 magic start to the day


We have joined forces with Mossman Gorge, Daintree Rainforest and Daintree Discovery Centre to create the Daintree Attractions Pass 😁. This exclusive package gives you three great attractions for one fantastic discounted price! Includes a zipline tour with us, an incredible Mossman Gorge Dreamtime Walk and seven-days entry to the fascinating Daintree Discovery Centre

Entry Fees

Adult: AUD$35.00
Concession/Student: AUD$32
Child: AUD$16.00 (5 - 17 years)
Family: AUD$85.00

Audio Tour (8 languages)
68 Page Interpretive Guide Book
7 Day free re-entry
Children's Audio Tour (suit 5 - 9 years)

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