The Mason family owns around 144ha of land, much of which is forested. A large permanent stream runs through the land. We have lunch sites on the creek with toilets and Mason’s Café can cater food to the sites.

A network of trails cover the western area, and these can be used for ‘Survivor’ style endurance tests, or simply contests or experiences. We can scout locations for ads, or provide amazing scenery for photographers. The area would suit anyone filming a rainforest movie.

Lawrence Mason also has experience organising elements of Incentives, having worked with such projects before. The property can also be used for vehicle launches, or even as an unusual conference site, perhaps in conjunction with the nearby Daintree Rainforest Observatory. The area also has nearby accommodation.

Researchers are welcome, and should email Lawrence Mason to discuss before using the land.

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