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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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The Florentine Valley

Mt Field National Park

Follow the directions for the Styx Valley past Maydena and then take the left fork to the Florentine Valley.  Ten kilometres from the fork is a forest reserve of tall Stringy Bark Gum trees.  The trees are virtually as tall as those in the Styx Valley big trees reserve.  The walk here is more interesting than the Styx as it includes examples of myrtle, sassafras, leatherwood and horizontal scrub.

 

 
 

Myrtle. Fine furniture and craft in a pale pink hardwood

Track at the car park Part of the 30 minute walk

Daunting Stringy Bark Gums up to 78 metres tall

A kilometre before the ANM (Australian Newsprint Mills) Stringy Bark Gums reserve is an area known as Lady Binney reserve.  Just a short exploration off the road leads to a fine fern and forest area.  The local tourist association is planning a longer walk for this area.