Sad to come across a 40 plus year old Blackwood tree that I have been watching grow for decades break apart probably in the windstorm of a couple of weeks ago. It does generate plenty of firewood.
Superb Fairy wren glimpse at the bush camp this morning. They never seem to stay stationary for long.
St Andrews' Paradise Park was connected to the bush camp via a bridge in the 1930s. The house is still there but much expanded and now known as Oscar's on the Yarra. Parts of the bush camp can be seen in the background.
One of the more unusual blackwood trees, of hundreds, growing at the bush camp. They normally don't grow like this with so many stems branching out.
A tiny waterfall on the recently reopened Acheron way after being closed for a number of years. Not far from the bush camp.
One of the big eucalypts growing at the bush camp. From time to time this around 70 year old tree gets koalas living on it.
Not long now and it will be nice hot weather for floating along the Yarra river next to the bush camp.
Just came across this 15 or so year old blackwood tree that blew over in the wind storm last Friday at the bush camp. The dead blackwood tree behind it managed to weather the winds.
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