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Tidbinbilla NR - Grass Trees at Xanthorrhoea Loop Track
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Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve: when walking the new Gibraltar Peak Trail or along the original fire trail on the way to Gibraltar Rocks, take a small detour to the Xanthorrhoea Loop Track where you will come across some grass trees or Xanthorrhoea australis for a more techo name. A nice view of Tidbinbilla Range can also be had from here.

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Uploaded: 25/07/2012
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