'The Daintree' refers to the coastal lowland area stretching between the Daintree and Bloomfield Rivers, home to the most diverse range of plants and animals on the face of the planet. Driving through the lush rainforest, you may not realize that this region is also a beach lover's paradise, and you will often find long expanses of golden sandy beaches, largely deserted. Oh, you want to see crocodiles?
NOTE: In this region, visitors should be particularly careful venturing near riverbeds or creeks. This is most definitely CROCODILE TERRITORY. Only swim from a beach or elsewhere if it is signposted as being safe to do so. For more information on crocodile safety, and other potential dangers, please visit our SAFE TRAVEL