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 2015-03-27 Nature Walk - Landcare signA regeneration projects by Tamborine Mountain Landcare Inc.  It is on a strip of slope between Contour Road and Kinabalu Drive in Eagle Heights.The slope is steep but the dirt path makes it acceptable for at least a down hill movement. Going back up may be a test for some.It is also a great example of regeneration around small pockets of old native growth rainforest sections including a magnificent old Fig Tree in Areca Gully with an extensive exposed root structure over rocks with an emerging stream below it.



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