Rainforests of Australia are distributed across the states, existing in different climates and terrains. Being one of the driest continents, Australia consists of about 123 hecta acres of native forest, and among the 457 forest communities in the country, some of these are World Heritage listed rainforests.

These World Heritage listed rainforests offer a true environmental experience with the flora and fauna that thrive in some of the oldest and largest tracts of rainforest in the world.

New South Wales

The Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. Part of the World Heritage listed Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves.