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Goblin Swamp

Goblin Swamp Greater Hawke National Park Western Australia Paperbark Tree

The Greater Hawke National Park is one of Western Australia’s more recent and lesser known parks. Although gazetted to protect its old growth Karri forests, the major attraction could easily be the gnarled and twisted Paperbark trees (Melaleuca rhaphiophylla) that grow in Goblin Swamp – an intriguing yet ghostly place as it name suggests!

Goblin Swamp Greater Hawke National Park Western Australia Paperbark Tree

 

Goblin Swamp Greater Hawke National Park Western Australia Paperbark Tree

8 Comments

  1. What a fitting name for this place, Maurice. Looks like the scary woods in which the wolf will be waiting for a fairy tale heroine…

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