New Daintree Rainforest Website: Neil Hewett

HAVE  you had a chance to check out the spectacular new Daintree Rainforest website?  Magnificent beauty and extraordinary biodiversity presented through a gallery of images in full-screen format.   The complexities of the oldest surviving rainforest in the world continue to challenge humanity as it strives to comprehend the continuity of growth, the intricate relationships and the incredible diversity established over 160 million years.  The image gallery is partitioned into aerialfaunafloraforestinsect and spider lists, for your convenience…

The relictual Gondwanan portion of the world-famous Daintree Rainforest, exists exclusively within the central three valleys off the eastern flank of Thornton Peak, with the Cooper Valley at its centrepiece. Here the highest biodiversity and concentration of ancient, rare, primitive and endemic species, impress visitors with exceptional richness, amid magnificent fan palm galleries and rainforest giants…

Daintree Rainforest demonstrates that cost effective conservation and carbon neutral operation on the land, can be fully-funded by sustainable eco-tourism at no cost to the public purse.

Neil Hewett.

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5 Responses to New Daintree Rainforest Website: Neil Hewett

  1. gavin April 3, 2012 at 7:02 am #

    Upside; great photos.

    Downside; About Us is short on info and interest. Needs outline in the “who is”
    Dept. Nav is tricky and Spinning Top pic did not load after searching for fungi.

    Cheers
    Gavin

  2. gavin April 3, 2012 at 8:02 am #

    Update; using the flora link above, I got it in one and it looks delicious

  3. Neville April 3, 2012 at 12:43 pm #

    Guess what, I’m a dismissive according to the ABC. But then again so are 57% of the respondents to their poll.

    http://www.abc.net.au/tv/changeyourmind/survey/your_profile.htm?type=Dismissive

  4. spangled drongo April 3, 2012 at 1:57 pm #

    Thanks Neil, good stuff. Had a glowing report of your place by a doctor friend a couple of days ago.

    Neville, they don’t really ask the right questions. Easy to see they don’t even understand the problem.

  5. Larry Fields April 17, 2012 at 7:06 pm #

    Wet Blanket Larry’s report. I could not access the picture galleries from the home page. Using the links in the article, I could access thumbnails of the pictures. But when I clicked on these, I got a jumbled mess.

    More details: older iMac, System 10 point something, Firefox browser. I use a Jurassic era dial-up modem. And my computer skills are not the greatest.

    My overall impression is that the Daintree website is either not ready for prime time, or is not designed for computers having my configuration.

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