The forest is dense with trees, ferns and moss, so lots to talk about with the boys and the trees made all sorts of letter shapes (homeschool was covered for the day). Some of the eucylyptus trees (aka 'The Giants') are around 75 metres tall, the first branches are at around 35 metres - huge, it was pretty exciting for the adventurers.
|Land of the Giants campground - playing by the river|
|The Land of the Giants Campground|
|Land of the Giants campground - a local Pademelon|
|Land of the Giants Walk|
|A fallen Giant|
Frankie found a caterpillar at the campground and after some research at the National Parks office we found out it was The Emporer Gum Moth.
We left the West Coast, heading inland and stopped off on the way to do the Nelson Falls Walk.
|Nelson Falls Walk|