Daintree’s Fan Palms exemplify the criteria for World Heritage listing which states, natural areas must “contain superlative natural phenomena or areas of exceptional natural beauty and aesthetic importance”.
They are so beautiful pictures alone can tell the story.Read more
Outstanding initiatives driving reconciliation have been recognised in the 2021 Queensland Reconciliation Awards presented in Townsville. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said “The winners of the Premier’s Reconciliation Award and joint winners in the Partnership category, the Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation and Rainforest 4 Foundation have formed a unique partnership – the only formalised, non-Government program which purchases land for conservation to be owned and managed by its Traditional Owners.Read more
The Fan Palms in the Daintree Rainforest are exceptionally beautiful. In places where they dominate, the rainforest is stunning. I am sure you will agree, this is one of Australia’s most beautiful landscapes and that they must be protected. That’s why, with your help, we will buy Lot 110 Palm Road and protect it forever.Read more
Another Daintree Rainforest property has been saved from the threat of development thanks to the wonderful support of donors who made a personal commitment to Save the Daintree.Read more
A vegetation survey of Lot 110 Palm Road has identified one of the most important locations for the conservation of Fan Palm dominated tropical rainforest. The importance of the property was also confirmed by the presence of one of Australia’s rarest plants, one of seven plants on the property that are listed as Threatened species.Read more
Recognising the extraordinary natural values of Lot 167 Buchanan Creek Road a generous donor has stepped up to establish a Matching Gift Challenge to inspire others to support the purchase of this special property and protect it from the threat of development.Read more
Gold Coast’s arts workers and supporters have banded together to help buy two blocks of land in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest which will be returned to their Traditional Owners – the Kuku Yalanji people.Read more