Hidden Landscapes - Mossman Gorge
Mossman Gorge is an area of significance within the traditional lands of the Kuku Yalanji people. It is part of the Kuku Yalanji cultural landscape that enables the contemporary exercise of culture and assists in transmission of culture to future generations. Many prominent features of the region have a complex mythological component.
Surrounding the Wet Tropics
Just outside the Wet Tropics World Heritage area lies more wonderful and enthralling landscapes like Cape York, The Gulf Country and, as in the photograph, Mount Mulligan.
Wet Tropics World Heritage Area
This image shows Cow Bay, Bailey's and Hutchinson Creeks from Thornton Peak. After a lengthy struggle in 1988, approximately 900,000 ha was inscribed on the World Heritage Register. It adjoins the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage area and, combined, creates one of the largest biodiversity global hotspots. To learn more follow the link.