Far North Queensland is famous for its abundance of natural wonders and features highly on travel bucket lists around the globe.
This largely untouched wilderness area in Australia’s north-eastern corner covers more than 380,700 square kilometres and is as diverse as it is spectacular. Along with the popular tourist towns of Cairns and Port Douglas, this region in Queensland is also home to the Great Barrier Reef and the remote Torres Strait Islands and Cape York, the lush Daintree rainforest, and Cooktown, which has a museum managed by the National Trust. From thundering waterfalls to saltwater crocodiles, ancient fossils and lush landscapes that stretch on forever, there are incredible photo opportunities at every turn. This friendly tropical tourist destination has natural wonders and a rich First Nations history to engage with and explore.
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