Daintree Mangroves Wildlife Sanctuary
This seemed like a largely one-man private animal collection and the guy running it was clearly an amateur. He blithely mentioned that he was maltreating a cassowary by leaving it without shade, for example, and told us how he'd put a quoll in with an existing pair who had killed it. And there was almost no information on the animals -- the signs give species identifications and nothing more.
But we had an enjoyable visit, even though it was way too hot to be pleasant. Highlights included a big estuary crocodile, which was lurking just under the water right at the front of the pond until the keeper threw some stones in, squirrel gliders, quolls, and a good assortment of birds.