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Gay Resort Tours

Great Barrier Reef                           Daintree Rainforest

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the world,viewing it from helicopter or aircraft, you can understand why. It is larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing on earth visible from space.

The Great Barrier Reef is blessed with the breathtaking beauty of the world's largest coral reef. The reef contains an abundance of marine life and has over 3000 individual reef systems and coral cays.There are literally hundreds of picturesque tropical islands with some of the worlds most beautiful sun-soaked, golden beaches.

Because of its natural beauty coral & sea life, the Great Barrier Reef has become one of the worlds most sought after tourist destination.visitors to the Great Barrier Reef can experience many activities including snorkelling, scuba diving, aircraft or helicopter tours, self-sail,live aboard, glass-bottomed boats viewing, semi-submersibles and educational trips, cruise ship tours, whale watching and swimming with dolphins.& Swimming with the Turtles @ Turtle Cove

The Daintree tropical rainforest ecosystem is one of the most complex on earth. Its plant and animal diversity and structural complexity is unrivalled on the Australian continent.
The Daintree Rainforest is a tropical rainforest region on the north east coast of Queensland, Australia, north of Port Douglas and Cairns. At approximately 12,000 sq km the Daintree is the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest in Australia.Along the coastline north of the Daintree River,The Daintree tropical rainforest grows right down to where the land meets the sea.
The Daintree Rainforest contains 30% of the frog, reptile and marsupial species in Australia, and 65% of Australia's bat and butterfly species. 18% of bird species in the country can be found in this area. There are also over 12,000 species of insects in the rainforest. All of this diversity is contained within an area that takes up 0.1% of the landmass of Australia. Part of the forest is protected by the Daintree National Park and drained by the Daintree River. The roads north of the river wind through areas of lush forest, and have been designed to minimize impacts on this ancient ecosystem.
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