Yarra Bulga National Park
Oct 26, 2012
Near the Visitor Centre at Bulga, too, we hiked where rainforest meets eucalyptus, which has taken over since our climate has warmed. The Mountain Ash trees are second in height only to California Redwoods.
Planning to visit the area we missed a couple of days ago, we drove east on the South Gippsland Hwy, stopping first to look at Agnes Falls, then turning off at Yarram in order to visit the Yarra Bulga National Park. The Tarra and Cyathea Falls are set in beautiful temperate rainforest, remnants of 20 million years ago, when Australia was much closer to the South Pole.The tree ferns and Myrtle Beech trees form an environment in which dinosaurs used to roam.