Australia's Gondwana Rainforests includes approximately 50 separate world heritage listed reserves located between Newcastle and Brisbane on the East coast of Australia and provide habitat for more than 200 rare or threatened plant and animal species. The parks include the most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world, large areas of warm temperate rainforest and nearly all of the Antarctic beech cool temperate rainforest. Some of the oldest elements of the world's ferns and conifers are found within and they contain primitive plant families that have direct links with the birth of flowering plants over 100 million years ago. As can be expected, they have an extremely high conservation value.


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