The Daintree Entomological Museum and Gallery established in 2003 is privately owned and self funded. Found 17kms North of the Daintree River Ferry, the Museum will highlight your experience to Cape Tribulation.
Designed and built by Stephen this beautiful timber Museum is reputed as one of the most beautiful buildings in the Daintree.
Housing his unique collection, it attracts visitors
from all around the
world. Situated on
Cooper Creek, surrounded by the Ancient Daintree Rainforest and Thorntonís Peak,
the Museum has
been described as a Prehistoric parkland with Caterpillar Vines, Butterfly Breeding Trees
and Pandanus plants which are a food source and breeding house for the local
Peppermint Stick Insect.
Visitors will experience the wonders of the insect world hands on With our
interactive live insect displays, self guided and interpretive tours which are
now also available
for school excursions.
Daintree Entomological Museum.
Phone: +07 40 989 045 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org