The Tallest Tree in NSW!


Ok so you've left the lap top at home; you've turned your phone off, you've swam, fished, surfed, been for a paddle board, walked to the lighthouse, basically wound down into 'Seal Rocks' mode and are looking for something to do. Well did you know that the tallest tree in NSW is a short twenty minute drive from our park?!

Just off the Lakes Way heading toward the Pacific Highway, north of Bulahdelah, you'll find the Grandis picnic area. This picnic spot is only a short stroll to The Grandis, the tallest known tree in NSW and let me tell you she is a beauty! 

Unpack the picnic basket in the shady cool at one of the tables in the rainforest fringed picnic area and enjoy a bite to eat. With the nearby wheelchair accessible boardwalk, you’ll want to head over and gaze up at the magnificent flooded gum that towers above at a height of over 70 metres. Take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch.


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