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Depot Beach Rainforest Walk
Australia
Depot beach rainforest walk, Cabbage Tree Palm, (Livistonia Australis). This is one of the easy walks in this area, but it is worth doing it, very scenic area. A long walk from North Durras.
Copyright: Wayne Drzewiecki
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14100x7050
Taken: 06/04/2014
Uploaded: 06/04/2014
Updated: 20/07/2014
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Tags: landscape; rainforest; nature
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