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Aussie tree playground

 
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Location: Wellington, New Zealand. Temperate, coastal, sandy, windy,
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I've just been in Australia, and there are some really amazing trees over there!
Here's a playground built around a Moreton bay fig in Brisbane
 
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There are some fab trees... I always love seeing the massive strangler figs.
 
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These trees would be great for living bridges and growing into other desired shapes.

Australian forestry is an enterprise that defies reason. A country with very little virgin forest remaining, allows forests to be cleared, chipped and sold to Japan.
 
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