Tropical North Queensland where the rainforest meets the reef

Tropical North Queensland, wet lush and home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world.

The Wet Tropics rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef are places to immerse yourself .

Townsville being the gateway to the north. With a nice pleasant vibe, situated along the coast. Boasts stunning 360 views from Castle Hill. Popular spot for locals and tourists.

With boutiques, cafes and a safe swimming area it’s a great place to explore and enjoy. Magnetic island a short ferry ride. It a slice of paradise to discover.

Bowen being a short drive is a pretty holiday town with a stunning coastline.

With many natural wonders to explore. The Wet Tropics rainforest and the Great Barrier are places to immerse yourself.

Crystal creek is a perfect swimming spot with rock slides to keep you entertained.

Cardwell is a location that boasts many experiences. Lookouts with amazing views and swimming holes to refresh yourself.

Tully being a hot spot and where the Wet Tropics start is surrounded by rivers and misty mountains.

Tully is a major agricultural region with huge sugar cane and banana industries. Also home to the golden gum boot. Standing at 7.9m tall. Marking the record rainfall the town received.

Mission beach only a short distance away, has a long stretch of beach. Lined with coconut palms, a great spot to explore the region.

Heading inland the Tablelands are a natural beauty. Mountain ranges, lush countryside and waterfalls.

Many of the parks are part of the Wet Tropics World Hertiage area. Stretching along the coast of Queensland.

Townsville to Cooktown offers many sights, Cairns also the gateway to stunning scenary and magical experiences.

The Daintree National Park is a beautiful and lushess place. Crossing the Daintree river via a ferry you can immerse yourself into a tropical haven.

Camping metres from the beach is available. Evenings and mornings can be enjoyed with visitors. Cassowaries wander through the forest. It’s truly a beautiful ancient place.

This part of Queensland is just stunning and definitely worth exploring.

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