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Mountain Ash "Kermandie Queen" : Eucalyptus regnans
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Common Name :
Mountain Ash "Kermandie Queen"
Scientific Name :
Eucalyptus regnans
Circumference :
21.65 metres (852 inches)
Height :
77.00 metres (252 feet)
Crown :

25.00 metres (82 feet)

Points :

1125

State :
TAS
Town :
Geeveston
Access :

Permit from Forestry
Location :
A walking track 4 kms West of Geeveston
Coordinates :

43 11 11.75 S 146 52 08.7 E
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Nominator :
Brett Mifsud
Year Measured :
2013
Age :
500
Type :
Remnant

Comments :

LARGEST TREE IN AUSTRALIA. There is no track to the tree, and to get there you need to drive down a Forestry road. If you want to drive down this road, contact Forestry Tasmania at the Geeveston office. No matter which way you go in, you start through 20-30 year old re-growth. Then there is about a 600 metre off-track walk through some quite thick scrub even if you do know the best way in. Inexperienced walkers should not attempt trekking to the tree.
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