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Boutique Stay where the Daintree Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation, Queensland; Luxury Escapes

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What to expect on Intrepid’s Daintree Retreat in Far North Queensland; Yvette Thompson; Intrepid Travel

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What Is The Oldest Forest In The World?; John Misachi; World Atlas

Daintree, located in Australia, is considered the oldest forest in the world. Discover some interesting facts about this forest in this article.

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12 places to visit in Australia that aren’t Sydney; Zoe Miller; This Is Insider

There are a lot of places to visit in Australia if you’re not looking to visit Sydney. From Melbourne to Byron Bay, here are some places to visit.

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Best places to visit in Australia: What’s too good to miss; Forrest Brown; CNN

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It’s hard to beat Australia as a holiday playground. These are the best places to visit in Australia, from urban delights in Sydney and Perth to outdoor getaways such as Kangaroo Island.

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13 Things You Have To Do In Cape Tribulation; Danielle Norton; Australian Traveller

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How to Explore the World’s Oldest Rain Forest; Celeste Mitchell; Afar

Australia – Wet Tropics of Queensland

The world’s oldest rainforest is Daintree in Queensland, Australia, and it’s several million years older than the Amazon. Here’s how to explore it.

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Australia: The Jungle Book; Neena Bhandari; Khaleej Times

Relive a magical green tale in the rainforests of Cairns…

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Discovering Queensland’s World Heritage-listed wonders; Roz Fisher; Northwest Star

FROM the minute you round the bend and catch a glimpse of the Daintree River, you know you are about to enter a very different world.

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