Far North Queensland's rainforest comes to life in summer

January 18 2021 - 5:30pm
A BIRD IN THE BUSH: Summer is your best chance to see the elusive cassowary. Photo: Tourism and Events Queensland

SUMMER is often considered too hot to visit far north Queensland; but it is when the rainforest comes to life. Warm rains enhance the vibrant greens of the Wet Tropics, cassowaries emerge with their chicks, and waterholes offer an inviting place to cool off.

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