Reasons to Recommend: Daintree National Park is located in the northern part of Queensland, about 100 kilometers from Cairns. It was established in 1981 and is a world natural heritage site. The park consists of two parts, Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation. 1. Cape Tribulation Daintree National Park has one of the oldest and oldest rainforests in the world. The entire national park consists of Cape Tribulation and Mossman Gorge. To reach Cape Tribulation, you need to take a ferry boat (to protect the environment, no highway is built in the park), and the place to take the ferry is at the fork in the crossing of the Daintree River, 24 kilometers north of Mossman. Most of the attractions in Cape Tribulation are dominated by the original bay scenery. Some beaches may also be haunted by crocodiles. Be sure to read the signs on the beach. Cape Tribulation has become a well-known tourist destination. It is a resting place that is surrounded by mountains and rivers, and the sea and sky are the same color. It provides a comfortable and quiet environment for urban people to relax. 2. The name of Mossman Gorge Daintree National Park comes from the early explorer Richard Daintree. Mossman Gorge is the entrance to the national park. The canyon is composed of large rainforests and mountains, where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Australia. The tropical rainforest is luscious and intoxicating. This park is of great conservation value, because most of the creatures in the park are rare, rare or endangered, and the park provides them with a good habitat and breeding environment. In the park, you can see big spiders, kangaroos, koalas, and giant banana leaves. There are also giant fruit doves, cassowaries, possums, Australian brown short-nosed bandicoots, muskrats, platypus, Australian echidnas, black-tailed kangaroos and other animals in the rainforest. If you are lucky, you can also see an Australian national treasure bird called Cassorwary, which is unique here. 3. Feel the time You can stop and rest at the viewing platform of the Alexander Mountains and admire the lush green coastline, which stretches all the way down to the charming sea. Take a stroll on the 650-meter Jindaba Trail or follow the 7-kilometer Solo Mountain Ridge Trail to explore tropical lowland rainforests, swamps, mangroves and sandy beaches. You can also learn about the various creatures in this spectacular environment and look for the endangered southern cassowary, according to the descriptions of the interpretive signs.