Richard Daintree was born in 1832 and was a member of the Geological Survey of Victoria 1854-56, as a field surveyor. His extensive knowledge led to the opening of many Queensland gold fields. An accomplished photographer, he introduced the use of photography into geological work. The Daintree River and Daintree Rainforest in North Queensland are named after him.
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