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Along Stoney Creek Road, you drive out past tall, flooded gums. Thereafter, a short stroll will bring you to the Grandis, standing approximately 76m high and estimated to be 400 years old. I was in awe at the deafening sound of cicadas. Time just slowed...More
We enjoyed the drive in to the picnic area. Anyone interested in trees would like to visit this spot. We were interested in the information displayed about how these trees adapt and grow. Awesome nature.
I have been driving past the sign tallest tree in N.S.W on the lakes way for years and have never turned off to investigate but have always wanted to. I finally made the turn and headed down a dirt road in very good condition. 5-10...More
We were heading south from Forster along the Lakes Way around the Myall Lakes National Park when we found we had an opportunity to again visit this tall tree which we had not seen since 1986. A short 5 km. unmade road trip brought us...More
We had a friend visiting and so we decided to take a look at The Grandis, which is the tallest tree in NSW located in the Myall National Park. It is a Eucalyptus Grandis or commonly known as a Flooded Gum. It is believed to...More
If you ever wanted to see a really tall eucalypt tree then this is the place to go. A short drive on an unsealed road (you don't need a four wheel drive) finds you 75 metres from a tree called The Grandis - nearly 400...More