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Canberra arboretum

If you visit Canberra, one of the places to visit is the arboretum. It was created after a bushfire ran through part of the city in 2003. The land previous to the bushfires contained mainly pine trees.

The arboretum contains more than 48,000 trees over 250 hectares (620 acres) of mini woods, lanscaped gardens, picnic spots, playgrounds and public art. There are around 100 mini forests containing rare trees from around the world and there is a special space for a bonsai garden.

It is a beautiful place to visit.

Here are some images that I have taken around the arboretum.

 

Wide brown land, clock

Clock with natural bamboo frame and white hands. Includes postage. Quartz clock mechanism (AA battery not included). Built in hook at back for easy hanging.

$65.00

 

Raven in front of moon

Natural bamboo frame with white hands. Includes postage. Quartz clock mechanism (AA battery not included). Built in hook at back for easy hanging.

$65.00

 

 

 

 

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