Absolutely. Daintree Rainforest contains some of the most outstanding, old-growth forest remaining. Relieved of the commercial logging impacts that crown lands carry, as a legacy of former timber reserve purposes, Daintree Rainforest has magnificent stands of pristine rainforest.
There are no exclusions on the basis of age. Children 3-years and under do not incur a charge, but the rainforest is heavily regulated for protective purposes and exceptionally toxic. We will liaise with families to try and facilitate the best option for groups with younger children, through custom itineraries and private charters.
Yes. Self-guided public entry is not permitted. This is a privately-owned World Heritage property that receives no financial assistance from government and is utterly dependent on its own cost-recovery capabilities. There are a multitude of publicly-subsidised facilities and experiences available throughout the area, but Daintree Rainforest is not one of them.
For any enquiries, please call us on 07 40989126. If you are phoning from a country other than Australia, the number is +61 7 40989126, but consider the time difference, as sleep is also important to rainforest inhabitants.
Most of our interaction with prospective clients occurs via email. There is always someone in attendance, although they may be conducting a tour. Still, we reguilarly check emails and respond as efficiently as we are able.
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