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Hiking in Lamington National Park, Australia


Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

When thinking of Australia one tends to conjure up the desert and Ayer's Rock, or the northern Queensland bush of Crocodile Dundee fame. However, some of the world's most intact and unique tropical rainforests run south of Brisbane along Australia's eastern coast and comprise the Gondwana Rainforest World Heritage Area. The Heritage Area consists of a series of 55 protected areas of rainforest that contain over one half of the biodiversity in Australia, and the most extensive area of sub tropical rainforest in the world. I had to pleasure of visiting one these sites in July, which is mid-winter in Australia...

@JimG details the hiking opportunities and a trip to Australia in Issue 32 - check out the full article below:

Trekking Australia's Rainforest in Winter

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Issue 32 Page 1

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