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Went here today a beautiful place to visit to see these magnetic trees easy walk throughout the trees carpark pulls right upto them has some picnic tables & toilets across the road highly recommend a visit here
Absolutely worth the visit!
Short walk into the Forrest & it's wow!
No dogs allowed, we left ours in the car & did the walk around in about 30mins!
Photos don't do it justice! Took our 10 yr old & 6 yr old they absolutely...More
The redwoods are eerily lovely but, it is a tiny patch of forest down 5km of unpaved road. If it is muddy, then you may want to avoid the route down the road. If you are already in the area visiting the nearby waterfalls then...More
Follow the pathway into the Redwood forest and be careful not to trip on the roots as you gaze upwards, in awe, at these magnificent, towering trees. Once Inside, you're enveloped by the peaceful sounds of nature... the running water in the creek, the wind...More
Up the road from Hopetoun and beuchamp waterfalls, this majestic place is so peaceful and to see and smell these trees is worthwhile stop. You could even film a horror movie here by night if you were keen!
A standout feature of the Otway Ranges is this plantation of Californian Redwoods, still in their infancy at just 80 years of age. The trees have a powerful presence due to their scale and the silence of the grove. A beautiful spot to contemplate the...More
Wow, just amazing, beautiful and breathtaking! After an easy drive on the gravel Binns Rd we arrived to find only one other vehicle in the car park. We walked into the forest and were amazed at the majesty of these redwood giants, now approx. 70...More