The #1 Attraction in the Daintree
The Daintree Discovery Centre offers visitors an opportunity to learn about and explore one of the few remaining unspoiled pockets of lowland rainforest in Far North Queensland, while at the same time protecting the fragile environment of the Daintree Rainforest.
The Daintree Discovery Centre is a multi-faceted venue featuring:
- Our Famous 23m Daintree Canopy Tower
- The 10m High Aerial Walkway
- Over 900m of Elevated Rainforest Boardwalks
- Interpretive Display Centre
- Beautiful Native Reptile and Fish Displays
- Audio Visual Theatres
- Self-Guided Audio Tours Included
- Take Home Colour Guide Book Included
- Optional Guided Group Tours
- Coffee Shop & Souvenir Shop
Interpretive Display Centre
The Display Centre is a large, open plan complex of over 410 sq. metres. It offers a wide range of information about the rainforest. Colourful displays incorporate both pictures and easy to read text.
The Centre also offers a number of interactive information kiosks with touch screen displays to allow easy access to a variety of information suitable for all ages.
Our coffee shop offers a variety of light refreshments and is popular with visitors of all ages. It is a quiet retreat where you can sit and observe the rainforest while enjoying a pot of our local Daintree tea or a choice of coffees, hot chocolate, a fruit juice and a choice of snacks. We make a great cappuccino!
Our Souvenir Shop offers a wide range of products including locally made jewellery, beautifully hand crafted pottery, eco-style clothing, rainforest reference books, children’s story books and rainforest souvenirs.
Self-Guided Audio Tours
Audio tours are included in the entry fee. They are easy to use and extremely popular. Information is available in 8 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Cantonese and Mandarin. A Children’s audio tour and an Indigenous Cultural tour are also available.
Interpretive Guide Book
A 68 page Interpretive Guide Book is included with the adult entry fee. This informative text is full of useful information, and not only does it provide a comprehensive guided tour of DCC, it also includes entertaining information on birds, frogs, reptiles, weather, history, etc.
No other privately funded environmental agency in Queensland comes close to offering the same standard or range of facilities or services as DDC. The Centre has an exemplary track record of service and is recognised as representing a model of best practice in the eco-tourism industry of Far North Queensland.