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2015-10-02 NHA NW PalmGrove_105 We parked at the North Palm Grove Section car park and after a brief background from Mike Russell we walked back along Palm Grove Avenue to the almost hidden Easement entrance.  This is a narrow gap between adjoining private properties for approx 260 metres until it traverses Sout into the Palm Grove Section of the Tamborine Mountain National Park. Again we were proved wrong to assum this would be a fast part of our usual slow paced Nature Walks. It took us almost an hour here alone.

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