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Tuart Forest National Park

Tuart Forest National Park

Visit the largest remaining tall tuart forest in the world.
Tuart Forest National Park is a peaceful forest woodland, perfect for a forest walk, picnic or nature watch.

Situated seven kilometres east of Busselton, the Tuart Forest National Park is part of the only remaining natural tuart forest in the entire world. The trees in this section of the forest are estimated to be 300-400 years old. Enjoy the peaceful forest setting by walking its many trails or using the picnic areas.

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Tuart Forest National Park, Capel WA 6271

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