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Tuart Forest National Park

The Tuart Forest National Park protects the largest remaining pure forest of Tuart in the world. It also has the tallest and largest specimens of Tuart trees on the Swan Coastal Plain.

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Preston River Loop and Waugyl Sculpture Park

Walk the peaceful path alongside the Preston River. The Preston River Loop traverses through a lush riparian river ecosystem encompassing a suspension bridge, weir crossing and incorporates the Preston River Indigenous Walk Trail and the Waugyl Sculpture Park.

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King Jarrah Tree

Be awed by nature with a visit to the King Jarrah Tree in Wellington National Park. It is the largest, easily accessible tree in the BunGeo.

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Munda Biddi

Beat the Biddi! Two massive sections of one Australia’s most challenging rides, the Munda Biddi MTB trail travel through the middle of the BunGeo. It’s accessible from the towns of Collie, Boyanup, and Donnybrook.

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