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All reviews worth the climb great climb afraid of heights forest fires the east coast information boards sore legs viewing platform coming down easy access the main road lookout evans dave rungs gloucester pemberton
The story behind these trees and what the people had to endure back in the day.
You can climb the tree if your up to it but it is 52mts tall.
Be prepared of what goes up must come down.
We didn’t climb but would’ve...More
The Diamond Tree is just off the main road, and here its not as peaceful as the other trees in the area. You can climb the stakes to the top of the tree, with just enough room to pass others going up or coming down....More
This was originally selected as a lookout for forest fires in !939. Spikes have been driven into the trunk to enable you to climb up to the viewing platform about 50 metres up. Unfortunately I wasn't happy with the safety aspect so I gave this...More
Although we didn't climb the tree it was definitely worth going to. We did the tourist thing and went to most attractions. Everything was well signposted and easy to get to. Not the sort of thing we have on the east coast so definitely worth...More
Stopped to check out the Diamond Tree which is about 52 metres tall.
The tree is located just of the highway and is a short 10 metre walk from the car park.
When we got there a person was just climbing down and when asked...More
Great for a morning exercise. Not for the faint hearted nor height challenged. Cool head and great lungs are needed. This one is for free too not like the Gloucester tree which will cost you $12 to climb.