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Promoting positive outcomes in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest via education and a goal of planting 500,000 trees globally by 2030.

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“The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now.”

- Chinese Proverb

trees planted to date: 12,571

Australia: 10,639      Tanzania: 1932

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Turn old bottles and cans into rainforest. Use the number on the left at approved drop off centres in Queensland and Western Australia to donate your 10c refund eligible drinks containers to Daintree Life rainforest revegetation.

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OUR AIMS

Working in conjunction with Douglas Shire Council, various stakeholders and private landowners, our aims are to identify key areas of land for suitable revegetation to promote positive outcomes for the Daintree ecosystem and the broader environment, expand the tourism experience, and help the local economy.

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CURRENT PROJECT

Our current project is planting a former weed-filled roadside reserve with 920 trees. With generous donations from Rainforest 4 and the public, 550 trees are now fully funded and planted. Cassowaries and Bennett's Tree-kangaroos are regularly sighted here. You can help finish this area by donating here

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LATEST NEWS

We are now raising funds to help two amazing organisations plant trees in Tanzania. Friends of Usambara have planted 22 million in Lushoto since 2008, and Loliondo Actions for Green Earth have planted 14,700 trees since 2019. With very low costs, you can plant trees to empower locals and aid East Africa's iconic wildlife for just 50c USD

“Daintree Life would like to acknowledge the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We would also like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people present.

Creating a better environment - 500,000 trees by 2030