The Daintree Rainforest is a tropical rainforest on the north east coast of Queensland, Australia. The rainforest area, named after Richard Daintree, is loosely defined as the area between the Mossman Gorge and the Bloomfield River. The area includes the Daintree National Park, some areas of State Forest, and some privately owned land, including a residential community of upwards of 500 people.

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