"This area, which stretches along the north-east coast of Australia for some 450 km, is made up largely of tropical rainforests. This biotope offers a particularly extensive and varied array of plants, as well as marsupials and singing birds, along with other rare and endangered animals and plant species." -http://whc.unesco.org/
"The Daintree Rainforest is one of the
9 National Parks in the Wet Tropics of Queensland designated site areas.
The rainforests have the highest concentration of primitive flowering plant families in the world and is home to some incredible flora and fauna!" shares Norma.
Thank you so much Norma for adding this wonderful UNESCO postcard in my collection!