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A Botanical Paradise RLW194336

One cannot help but celebrate the interconnectedness of the incredible diversity of flora that fringes the Arthur River, western Tasmania. Here in the upper reaches, you will see trees like leatherwood, celery top pine, sassafras, king billy pine, huon pine, myrtle beech, pencil pine, native laurel, soft tree fern, slender tree fern, blackwood, cutting grass, and native plum. Crowded together, they become a floral fantasy. On a still day, the addition of water reflections—wow!
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WETLAND REFLECTIONS
One cannot help but celebrate the interconnectedness of the incredible diversity of flora that fringes the Arthur River, western Tasmania. Here in the upper reaches, you will see trees like leatherwood, celery top pine, sassafras, king billy pine, huon pine, myrtle beech, pencil pine, native laurel, soft tree fern, slender tree fern, blackwood, cutting grass, and native plum. Crowded together, they become a floral fantasy. On a still day, the addition of water reflections—wow!