This world heritage site is one of the most diverse rainforests in Australia. Located in the Cooper Valley, this rainforest preserves not only local flora and fauna but also the cultures of the people that thrived there before colonization. Biologists and other scientific experts estimate that this forest is a remnant of a prehistoric environment that existed here over 170 million years ago, making it one of the oldest rainforests on the planet. This area is extremely fragile and ecotourism is heavily stressed, so remember to follow the eco-friendly mantra: take only pictures and leave nothing but footprints behind.
Kayak with turtles, see wild rays and pull up on a private island with these individual guided... Read more