This is a tree top canopy walk and forest floor walk in the Otway Ranges in South west Victoria. Just north of Cape Otway.

Most of the trees are Eucalyptus regnans, the tallest flowering plant in the world - about 100m or 300 feet. The ferns are tree ferns. Other trees are mostly Nothofagus brownii, or Antarctic beech. These latter two predate the breakup of Gondwanaland around 35-50 MYA. There is a related species, Nothofagus cunninghamii. However, these species names have changed a number of times over the last 40 years as DNA classification has become more widely applied.

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