The Rainforest Habitat, Lae, Papua New Guinea
List of facts we found about The Rainforest Habitat
The Rainforest Habitat is a wildlife park of the future and world leader in mixed immersion exhibits. It is situated in Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland, Australia, on eight acres of land that has been recreated to provide a window into our natural environment.
The Rainforest Habitat is a great little wildlife park. Lots of animals who all seem happy and content. There is free roaming kangaroos, wallabies and pademelons, as well as the very rare Lumholtz Tree Kagaroos.
Good news about the Rainforest Habitat – you can now actually hold a Koala for your picture rather than just posing alongside one. According to one of the staff conducting a tour this is a very recent change.
The Rainforest Habitat, situated on the campus of the University of Technology, with an area of more than 3,000 square metres is covered by an eleven metre high shade cloth canopy to create an artificial rainforest environment for the study and preservation of native flora
Today the Rainforest Habitat is Australia's leading environmental wildlife park, and boasting over 1600 animals, contains the largest collection in immersion exhibits. Informative guided tours, experiential displays and immersion exhibits provide an experience found nowhere else.
have allowed the Rainforest Habitat to gain Advanced Ecotourism Accreditation and become a winner of many major Tourism Awards in both Tropical North Queensland and Queensland.
The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary is located a leisurely hour drive from Cairns, just 67 kilometres from Cairns International Airport. The sanctuary can be found at the entrance to Port Douglas on Port Douglas Road.
Description: The Rainforest Habitat in Port Douglas (Queensland, Australia) is an educational experience. The general manager talks about the wildlife in the rainforest and explains what it takes to run this very special zoo.
the eye? At the Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary you can do both. Housed in a massive cyclone-proof mesh 'net' there are three different zones to walk through: wetlands, rainforest and grasslands.Advertisement Rainforest Habitat provides a window into Tropical North Queensland's unique and beautiful local environment and wildlife.
The Rainforest Habitat is eight acres of land that have been turned into a wildlife park. It has four different enviroments that offer a variety of over 180 species. The environments are rainforest, wetlands, woodlands and grasslands.
Description: The Rainforest Habitat is a wildlife park of the future and world leader in mixed immersion exhibits.
The Rainforest Habitat is open between 8:00AM and 5:30PM daily, except Christmas Day.
and one of the things the Rainforest Habitat had in abundance was birds! Oddly enough, while we were waiting for the bus, we saw a kookaburra fly by and land in a nearby tree. Then we heard it laugh.
The Rainforest Habitat is the only place in the world where these black-necked storks have bred in captivity. There was a fledgling in the nest and last yearÕs young ones were wandering around – they looked just like the parents.
The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary is Australia's leading environmental wildlife experience.
The Rainforest Habitat is a great little wildlife park. Lots of animals who all seem happy and content. There is...
Good news about the Rainforest Habitat – you can now actually hold a Koala for your picture rather than just... meer “Our kids love it.
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