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Victoria Park Nature Reserve

Highlights: The park's stand of rainforest giants is one of the last remnants of the 'Big Scrub' a lowland rainforest that once covered 75,000 hectares of northern NSW. Over 150 tree species have been recorded in this one small reserve.

Activities: Take an easy, delightful stroll along the boardwalk and walking track and enjoy the variety of animals that inhabit the rainforest. There are several picnic areas with facilities and ample parking.

Access: 7 km south of Alstonville on the Wardell Road.

 

 
 
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