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Picture of / about 'Canberra Nature Park' the Australian Capital Territory - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest1 - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest (Contributed by: Anna666)
Canberra's Redwood Forest, Pialligo is the largest redwood forest in Australia. The forest was planted in 1920's and was the idea of Canberra's architect - Walter Burley Griffin - part of his plan for a garden city for Canberra. The forest was originally planted with 122,000 trees and today there is about 3,00 trees left in the park. The redwood is not well suited to Canberra's hot summers and many trees have suffered during drought periods. The Pialligo Redwood Forest is registered on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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Picture of / about 'Canberra Nature Park' the Australian Capital Territory - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest2 - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest (Contributed by: Anna666)
Canberra's Redwood Forest, Pialligo is the largest redwood forest in Australia. The forest was planted in 1920's and was the idea of Canberra's architect - Walter Burley Griffin - part of his plan for a garden city for Canberra. The forest was originally planted with 122,000 trees and today there is about 3,00 trees left in the park. The redwood is not well suited to Canberra's hot summers and many trees have suffered during drought periods. The Pialligo Redwood Forest is registered on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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Picture of / about 'Canberra Nature Park' the Australian Capital Territory - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest3 - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest (Contributed by: Anna666)
Canberra's Redwood Forest, Pialligo is the largest redwood forest in Australia. The forest was planted in 1920's and was the idea of Canberra's architect - Walter Burley Griffin - part of his plan for a garden city for Canberra. The forest was originally planted with 122,000 trees and today there is about 3,00 trees left in the park. The redwood is not well suited to Canberra's hot summers and many trees have suffered during drought periods. The Pialligo Redwood Forest is registered on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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Picture of / about 'Canberra Nature Park' the Australian Capital Territory - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest4 - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest (Contributed by: Anna666)
Canberra's Redwood Forest, Pialligo is the largest redwood forest in Australia. The forest was planted in 1920's and was the idea of Canberra's architect - Walter Burley Griffin - part of his plan for a garden city for Canberra. The forest was originally planted with 122,000 trees and today there is about 3,00 trees left in the park. The redwood is not well suited to Canberra's hot summers and many trees have suffered during drought periods. The Pialligo Redwood Forest is registered on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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Picture of / about 'Canberra Nature Park' the Australian Capital Territory - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest5 - Canberra Nature Park - Canberra's Redwood Forest (Contributed by: Anna666)
Canberra's Redwood Forest, Pialligo is the largest redwood forest in Australia. The forest was planted in 1920's and was the idea of Canberra's architect - Walter Burley Griffin - part of his plan for a garden city for Canberra. The forest was originally planted with 122,000 trees and today there is about 3,00 trees left in the park. The redwood is not well suited to Canberra's hot summers and many trees have suffered during drought periods. The Pialligo Redwood Forest is registered on the Commonwealth Heritage List.

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Places with pictures in Canberra Nature Park

There are 3 places with pictures within Canberra Nature Park: The Pinnacle, Oakey Hill and Mount Taylor

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