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Barmah Red Gum Forest

Barmah Red Gum Forest. FW104268

Barmah National Park is known for its magnificent Red Gum forests, the largest in the world. These trees can grow up to 45 meters tall and are home to diverse wildlife, including koalas, possums, and gliders. The Red Gums are vital in maintaining the park's ecological balance by providing shade, shelter, and food to various flora and fauna species.
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Barmah National Park is known for its magnificent Red Gum forests, the largest in the world. These trees can grow up to 45 meters tall and are home to diverse wildlife, including koalas, possums, and gliders. The Red Gums are vital in maintaining the park's ecological balance by providing shade, shelter, and food to various flora and fauna species.