We all need to stop and pause and reflect about what a beautiful place this is. By walking along the Skywalk you can take your time to soak up the beauty of this part of Tasmania and consider the damage that has been done by logging over the years.
In the water below you can see logs of Huon pine, one of the most lovely timbers you could use. I have a sweet little chopping board made of Houn pine and it's been a favourite for years.
For those that don't like heights, it's okay. There are hand rails to hold onto and that takes away some of the apprehension.
The price is reasonable and I would certainly make a day of this by enjoying the picnic tables, the little offshoot paths to other parts of the area and relaxing.
Whether they are young kids or adults, the Tahune Forest AirWalk is a great attraction and I hope you leave appreciating the beauty of the area.
The Skywalk is easy to walk and disabled friendly. There is plenty of carparking at the entrance, including somewhere to eat and toilets.
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