Daintree Rainforest Village – News



Daintree Rainforest gets highest rainfall in years… and loving it!

Recent heavy rainfall in the Daintree Rainforest of Far North Queensland is just another part of normal life in the wet tropics. Although the Daintree River had the highest flood levels recorded in 118 years, the forest itself enjoyed every inch of the rain. Average annual rainfall for the Daintree Coast is 7 meters, but these massive volumes of water drain away quickly down the mountain sides, into the creeks and out to sea to cool down the ocean temperature.  The high rainfall in this region is tied closely to the ecosystem of ocean and reef and rain forest. Wet Season! What wet Season? Surprisingly soon after the torrential rains dissipates, everything in the forest returns to normal. The clouds

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