This tree is marvelous – the largest stringybark Eucalyptus obliqua by wood volume and a remarkable specimen of a complex gum tree. It’s trunk has been measured at 296 cubic metres, with another 41 cubic metres of branches on top. It’s one of the only stringybarks to rival the giant swamp gum Eucalyptus regnans for size.
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We had an incredible time with Yoav and the giant trees! The Tasmanian landscape is breathtaking, and getting the chance to see it on a curated personalized tour with… read more
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