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Boardwalk

Boardwalk

Garden of Eden forest walk may be short (little more than a path to stretch your legs), but it is through one of the most beautiful examples of Wet Highforest – an unusual kind of forest thick with tall stinkwood, kalander, wit-els, and other moist forest types. It is also old. This particular site where the walk takes place has been open since 1926. The little over 1km walk takes place almost solely on wooden boardwalks that take one across bridges over streams. As a result, this walk is also wheelchair-friendly. The walk has two loops of 500 meters each or one big loop. Just long enough to get in touch with the senses and use the examples of giant moss. lichen, streams, and filtered sunlight to restore journey-tired bodies. There are wooden benches and tables ideal for picnicking.
Info source URL: https://www.sa-venues.com/…/gar…/garden-of-eden-forest-walk/
Photo capture date & Location: 2016-10 Garden of Eden

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