After the Australian government returned the land to the Kuku Yalanji people, Steven Scott delves into its cultural heritage
World’s Oldest Tropical Rainforest Handed Back To Original Indigenous Custodians; Henrietta McFarlane; Impakter
In a historic deal, the Unesco World heritage site, the Daintree Rainforest, located on the northeast coast of Queensland in Australia, has been returned to Indigenous landowners.
A historic rainforest and other lands have been returned to Indigenous Australians; Jaclyn Diaz; Boise State Public Radio
The Queensland government agreed to return more than 160,000 hectares of land, including the historic Daintree National Park, to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji community.
The Wet Tropics’ wildlife is celebrated worldwide. Its cultural heritage? Not so much; Barry Hunter, Alice Buhrich, Asa Ferrier, Gerry Turpin & Patrick Roberts; Conversation
Australians should see the rainforest as a cultural landscape – one that has been managed and maintained by people, rather than just a relic unchanged since the dinosaurs.
What to expect on Intrepid’s Daintree Retreat in Far North Queensland; Yvette Thompson; Intrepid Travel
Daintree, located in Australia, is considered the oldest forest in the world. Discover some interesting facts about this forest in this article.
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.
Relive a magical green tale in the rainforests of Cairns…
Source: Australia: The Jungle Book
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.