I'm not sure how many forests are going to be saved because of it, but I thought it a good opportunity to celebrate our beautiful rainforest at Mount Glorious.
In the early part of last century the forests here, like so many, were used for logging. The bright red new spring growth of the Red Cedar tree would alert the loggers to the location of this valuable timber.
Now the area is largely National Park, with beautiful walks through the rainforest. We are fortunate to have our own patch of untouched forest at Turkey's Nest, and are gradually extending the rainforest walk for both our guests, and ourselves to enjoy.
|Giant fig - Turkey's Nest Mt Glorious|