It’s our nature to protect and we’re on a mission to Protect Rainforests Forever
Rainforest Rescue has been strategically buying back at-risk rainforest properties and restoring degraded rainforest in the Daintree since 1999. Our primary focus is to increase connectivity, preserve biodiversity and protect rainforests forever. Learn more about our work below.
Save a Rainforest
Our Save a Rainforest project is focused on the strategic rescue of pristine rainforest properties by purchasing & protecting them forever, increasing essential wildlife habitat and connectivity.
Plant a Rainforest
Our Plant a Rainforest project restores previously cleared areas of rainforest and establishes habitat for the endemic plants and animals, protecting biodiversity.
New Native Nursery
If we are going to help mitigate climate change by drawing down more carbon, then we need to plant more trees – it really is as simple as that – #TreesAreTheAnswer
Kurranji Bubu (Lot 46)
Learn about one of our greatest restoration projects – Kurranji Bubu (Lot 46 Cape Tribulation Rd) – transformed from an abandoned palm oil plantation into a protected Nature Refuge.
Transforming agricultural land into rainforest habitat and reconnecting the upper Daintree Rainforest with the Great Barrier Reef at NightWings Rainforest Centre.
How big is the Daintree Rainforest? Why is it worth protecting? Who are the Traditional Owners of the Daintree Rainforest? Find these answers & more here!
Rainforest Rescue’s existing native plant nursery propagates and grows the rainforest trees for our Daintree lowland restoration work under our Plant a Rainforest Project.
The Wet Tropics
Did you know that the Wet Tropics of Queensland ranks as the second most irreplaceable natural World Heritage Area? Find out more about the wonders of the Wet Tropics here.
The Daintree Rainforest is home to an amazing variety of plants and animals. Many of these are ‘endemic’ to the region meaning that they are found nowhere else on the planet.
The World Heritage Area does not extend to all of the Daintree with much of the coastal lowland tropical rainforest remaining unprotected from development & fragmentation.
History of Development
Learn about the history of development in the Daintree, the governments’ involvement in buy back & why we’ve made it our mission to Protect Rainforests Forever.
David Suzuki’s Message
Dr. David Suzuki, the world-renowned journalist, and biologist urged all Australian’s to get behind Rainforest Rescue’s Daintree Buy Back and Protect Forever Project.
Looking for a list of properties rescued?
Visit our Properties Saved page.
When you give generously, you become part of a committed team of individuals who collectively are helping to preserve some of the most biodiverse habitats and the species that live within them on this planet. Become a Rainforest Rescuer today!
KEEP AN EAR OUT
Head over to Rainforest Rescue’s News page for the latest updates on our work preserving a vast biodiversity of plants and wildlife in our rainforests. Make sure you’re subscribed to our quarterly eNews to receive updates direct to your inbox!