Photos of rainforest in East Gippsland
Cobb Hill Rainforest Site Of National Significance
Mixed Cool Temperate Rainforest on upper Delegate river
Rainforest Site Of National Significance
The extremely rare Mountain Plum Pine
Sassafras branches contort beautifully just 10 metres
from a logging coupe. This tree and others nearby are now threatened by logging
'edge effects' which alter the rainforest microclimate (humidity, temperature),
increase wind damage to exposed vegetation, introduce pest plants and animals
and increase silt run-off into streams.
This stand of rare Errinundra Shining Gum (Average height
46-51m-SFRI) is scheduled to be logged, with most of the trees being chipped
for pulp and paper products. This coupe threatens several nationally significant
stands of rainforest.
River- Rainforest Site Of National Significance
Waterfall on Dingo Creek
Martin's Creek- Warm
Bemm River- Rainforest
Site Of National Significance
An Old Growth giant near a mature stand of warm temperate
rainforest, close to the majestic Bemm River.