one of those rare places on earth where man and
wildlife, sharing land and resources live together in a respective and harmonious
From a botanical point of
view, the high conservation value of our property comes from the known nine, rare,
threatened or endangered plant species that it supports. Most significantly it is the largest protected habitat for the
endemic and highly
endangered tree Sankowskya stipularis.
Geographically we are located a 30
minute drive to the west of Port Douglas and over the Great Dividing Range. We
are in the
western watershed. At an altitude of around 500m we are in one of Australia's richest biological areas. In
the surrounding area you
will find both upland and lowland rainforest, melaleuca wetlands, a variety of
eucalypt forest and a stunning diversity of wildlife.