LOT 41 IS A STUNNING EXAMPLE OF INTACT DAINTREE RAINFOREST
Can you help protect it forever?
We have the opportunity to double the size of the protected area in the Cape Kimberley Wildlife Corridor.
The Daintree is one of the most significant ecosystems in the world. It is a living museum and a place of profound and unique beauty which we must protect and conserve. This region of the wet tropics contains some of the greatest biodiversity of flora, fauna and includes many of the most unique animals in the world.
Lot 41 Cape Tribulation Rd, Kimberley is a stunning example of intact Daintree rainforest…
The 18.6 ha property is like being in a giant cathedral. It’s a place of spiritual connectivity. A place where you feel more in touch with your own nature—our true, spiritual nature—and in utter awe of nature’s beauty.
The owner of Lot 41, Tony, has lived here for over 20 years. Sadly, his wife Cheryll recently passed away.
For many years, Tony and Cheryll were working to make their property a nature refuge, however, with Cheryll’s passing, Tony recently came to us and wanted to ensure that the property is protected forever when, one day, he passes away.
Under the terms of the purchase, Tony will continue living on the property and be its custodian, effectively continuing the legacy of both Cheryll and himself.
We are truly humbled by this.
Buying this property will double the amount of conserved land in the Cape Kimberley Wildlife Corridor where Rainforest Rescue already holds properties.
Lot 41 is ideally located right next to the National Park and is adjacent to other Rainforest Rescue properties in the Milky Pine Refuge, which is within the Cape Kimberley Wildlife Corridor. This purchase will further contribute to these properties and enhance connectivity by expanding the refuge and wildlife corridor.
A property of this size rarely comes up for sale, and the purchase price of Lot 41 is $500,000. So far we have raised $37,133 towards our $500,000 target. That’s 7% of the total required.
It will be a highly significant acquisition for Rainforest Rescue and for the greater Daintree.
Below is a map showing the existing corridor with Lot 41 outlined in aqua, Rainforest Rescue refuges in red, and other purchased properties in purple.
Can you give a gift and help us secure Lot 41 to expand the wildlife corridor and protect it forever?
It’s in our nature to protect. With the help of Rainforest Rescuers – people like you – we are significantly protecting pristine habitat for Nature and achieving strong wins for biodiversity. Visit our Properties Rescued page for a full list of properties protected by Rainforest Rescue since 1999.