Camped at the Penola Forest Information Stop, 4 kms north of Nangwarry, where we just bought a house this morning!
This is a quiet picnic area, information on forestry in the region, and a walking trail through an adjoining forest arboretum.
Interpretive signs provide current information on forestry, the founding of forestry and of the growth of the industry in the Region.
The adjoining Arboretum, mainly planted in 1934 provides a practical comparison into the growth of various Pine and Eucalypt species. The walking trail throught the arboretum takes about 20 minutes. Fires and camping are not permitted.
Proudly Supported by The Rotary E-Club of Australia Nomads
Walking 1,000 km for a better world.
In July 23 I will start walking solo from the UK to Spain over 1,000 Km. The walk is to support the Rotary Foundation with projects providing clean water in remote villages to eradicating polio from the world. Donations are tax deductible.
Good news, you and you Rotary club will receive credit and recognition for donations to the Rotary Foundation.
When going through the donation process, you will be prompted to input your ‘My Rotary’ email which will allow the donation to be credited to the individual Rotarian as well as the Rotarian’s club and district.