Australia’s unprecedented decision to compulsorily inscribe privately-held property into its successful 1988 Wet Tropics bid for World Heritage Listing, demolished the convention that had hitherto included only Crown estate.  Daintree Rainforest Foundation Ltd., has been established to further protect, conserve, present, rehabilitate and transmit to future generations, the Wet Tropics World Heritage values of the Land, within the meaning of the World Heritage Convention.  If you are interested in supporting conservation of World Heritage with human inhabitants, CLICK HERE.

JUNGLE DRUM – the beat of a rainforest rhythm 

1204, 2019

A Stray Liana

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A STRAY LIANA - OUT NOW! This beautiful book - A Stray Liana - containing three-hundred-and-forty-five-pages, three-quarters of which are spectacular photographs, chronicles an odyssey spanning more than thirty-years, through some of

207, 2018

Thornton Peak Landslide

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LANDSLIDE IN THE HEART OF REFUGIA 1 JULY 2018 Heavy, unseasonal rainfall brought a tumultuous 145-mm in a relatively short period overnight, precipitating the slumping of a significant portion of the oldest

2409, 2016

2016 Annual Report

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THE YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT Unprecedented in Australia until 9 December 1988, privately-owned property (with human inhabitants) was compulsorily inscribed onto the World Heritage List.  With this changed paradigm of Australian conservation governance, methods for procuring