Daintree is a remote, tiny village in the state of Queensland in northeastern Australia. It has a population of approximately 80 inhabitants.

It was settled in the 1870's as a logging town, with workmen searching for the valuable red cedar trees. It was named for Richard Daintree.

Today, Daintree is surrounded by a lush and thick jungle, and is sometimes visited by tourists who wish to travel off the beaten path, or by serious birdwatchers. The people who live here are almost all those that work in the hotels, b&bs, and spas that seek to draw in tourism. 

People Born in Daintree


Daintree in People's Lives

Jared Leto: I traveled here in 1997 to film scenes of the movie The Thin Red Line

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