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FAQs for Daintree’s Lot 21

We’ve provided answers to the most frequently asked questions on the purchase and protection of Lot 21 Camelot Close in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest.  

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Saving Daintree's Lot 505 from development

Lot 505 Cedar Road at Cow Bay is a freehold property and can be developed for housing just as nearby properties have been in the past. We must act now to purchase and protect this property and save this important rainforest from the threat of development.

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Interesting, endemic and threatened plants of the Daintree Lowland Rainforest

The flora of the Daintree contains an almost complete record of the evolution of plant life on Earth, including extremely ancient flowering plant families found nowhere else. We are passionate about the conservation of the plants found in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest. We hope you'll enjoy learning about these plants as much as we have and will want to see the Daintree Lowland Rainforest protected forever. 

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Survey of Daintree’s Lot 505 identifies important habitat for the Cassowary

A vegetation survey of Lot 505 Cedar Road has identified 117 species of native plants. The 12 species of native Laurel found on Lot 505 provide an important source of fruits for the Endangered Southern Cassowary and many other bird species. 

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FAQs for Daintree’s Lot 505

We’ve provided answers to the most frequently asked questions on the purchase and protection of Lot 505 Cedar Road in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest.  

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How the Daintree Rainforest can help with your tax-return

The end of the financial year is coming up fast. As June 30 approaches, please take the opportunity to make a tax-deductible gift and save the Daintree from the threat of development.

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Daintree devastation is heartbreaking

Another Daintree Rainforest property has been cleared for housing development in the Daintree Lowland Rainforest. The rainforest on this property in Cow Bay was destroyed last week along with habitat for the endangered Cassowary and other threatened species. 

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Daintree’s Fan Palm photos say it all.

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.

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Jabalbina partnership with Rainforest 4 takes out highest Reconciliation Award in Queensland

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.

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Saving Daintree’s Lot 110 and its exceptional natural beauty

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. 

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