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Australia is geographically isolated from the rest of the world, and contains distinctive plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. Eucalyptus forests dominate much of coastal Australia, Scrub dominates the inland regions, and pockets of tropical and subtropical rainforests can be found on Australia's eastern and northern coasts. Temperate rainforest can be found in New South Wales, Victoria, and the island state of Tasmania. The oldest rainforests on earth are situated in the Daintree National Park and also the Cape Tribulation National Park. The Karri forests on Australia's south west coast contain some of the worlds highest trees, some trees can reach heights of 90 m (300 ft).
After a long week of production we needed a down day to relax and the rainforest is just the place to do that. Here is a look at one of the many beautiful spots we visited aside from the ocean.