Australia’s 6 Most Amazing Rainforests

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3. New South Wales

This Australian state offers 111 rare plants with a majority of the rainforests currently threatened with The Gondwana Rainforests. Much of the climate includes dry, subtropical, cool temperate, and warm temperate with plenty of waterfalls and streams.

Exploring Australia isn’t complete without visiting the eroded volcano of Mount Warning Wollumbin. You’ll be able to reach this area while hiking across tree roots that run deep and are covered with moss, wrapped around other trees at times for a spectacular scene. Here you can enjoy activities that include birdwatching and canoeing as you spend time amongst the wild.Australian Rainforests - New South Wales

4. Northern Territory

The stunning rainforests in the Northern Territory consist of rainfall in the wet months, about 90 percent of it comprised in that time period of the entire year. An abundance of fruit can be found in this type of dry rainforest, far more than other types.

Perhaps most popular for Jim Jim Falls, many people come for the deep pools of water that sit below a 250 meter plunge. Their clear water pools, incredible waterfalls, and quiet creeks make the location feel like a dream. The lush woodlands provides plenty of trails and guided tours that take three to five of days to explore and hike through.Jim Jim Falls

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