Walk, Talk and Gawk at Nyerimilang

Sunday 25 June 2006

Nyerimilang is more than just a pretty face.

A poster asked what a 400 y.o. Kurrajong Tree looks like;

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These trees had been ringbarked with an axe in the distant past but have survived and recovered due to just a few strands of connecting bark.

More images on the Gallery page.

2 Comments for 'Walk, Talk and Gawk at Nyerimilang'

    Paul Huckett
    July 30, 2006 | 12:59 am

    I often look at your pages with pleasure, living in a dry land farming area near Numurkah I,m envious of your proximity to lakes,rivers and ocean.Could someone please post a photo of the 400 year old Kurrajong as we have several near us and I,d like to compare them. I don’t think ours predate anglo inhabitation but maybe there is a clue in comparative sizes
    Cheers and thanks
    Paul Huckett

    August 6, 2006 | 6:24 pm

    Hey Paul,

    How does this tree compare to the ones near you? The tree pictured is approx. 450 y.o.,

    regards, Maurice

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