From the Daintree rainforest to the Tablelands, the Wet Tropics National Landscape is an entrancing and intriguing destination that engages everyone who visits. Here, two World Heritage masterpieces meet: the tropical rainforests of the Wet Tropics and the Great Barrier Reef. Within this region you'll find a spectacular array of plants and animals, walks, waterfalls, mountains, beaches and marine life, including the oldest continuously surviving tropical rainforests on earth and many rare and threatened species found nowhere else. There's plenty to do and see, whether you're seeking culture and adventure or just want to retreat to a healing rainforest spa.
- Conservation factsheet (PDF - 856 KB)
- Destination factsheet (PDF - 783 KB)
- Suggested itinerary (PDF - 645 KB)
- Wildlife and natural events calendar (PDF - 341 KB)
Visit the Tourism Australia website to find out more on the Wet Tropics.