Climbing the Gloucester tree is precarious yet exhilarating. Wend your way on flimsy looking spikes which flex unnervingly as you spiral ever higher around the weighty circumference of the 72 metre high Karri Pine in Western Australia. At the top, it is not the view that will take your breath away, but the experience of the rustles and sways of the forest canopy from within.
Gloucester National Park near Pemberton in Western Australia.
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