The Pandani Grove Nature Trail in Mt Field national Park, one of Tasmania's pristine heritage forests which conservationists are fighting to save. 'We are talking very tall eucalyptus forest which is up to 400 years old and trees like celery top pines which are much, much older, 600 or up to 700 years old,' said Jess Abrahams of the Australian Conservation Foundation who described the 'terrible impact' logging would have on forests which attract tourists from around the world

The Pandani Grove Nature Trail in Mt Field national Park, one of Tasmania's pristine heritage forests which conservationists are fighting to save. 'We are talking very tall eucalyptus forest which is up to 400 years old and trees like celery top pines which are much, much older, 600 or up to 700 years old,' said Jess Abrahams of the Australian Conservation Foundation who described the 'terrible impact' logging would have on forests which attract tourists from around the world

Wild forest - Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania

Wild forest - Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania

blue gum tree, tasmania

The world's biggest and most vulnerable trees – in pictures

Fires have broken out in parts of the Tarkine rainforest in Tasmania’s north-west. Once these forests are burned, they take centuries to recover.

World heritage forests burn as global tragedy unfolds in Tasmania

Fires have broken out in parts of the Tarkine rainforest in Tasmania’s north-west. Once these forests are burned, they take centuries to recover.

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