Australia – Sugar Pine Walk, NSW

If you happen to find yourself in the Snowy Mountains (Southern NSW) or if you are looking for an interesting  area to visit within Australia then this could be right up your street.

Located in the small (and I mean VERY small) village of Laurel Hill you will find this beautiful walk amongst the sugar pines.  The walk is close to Batlow, Tumbarumba, Tumut and a little further Wagga Wagga, Albury and Gundgai.

It’s not a long walk nor is it strenuous however it is calming,  quiet, magical and leaves you a bit in awe of the majestic trees. If you want to continue on your walk you can meet up with the Hume and Hovell walking track.

The trees were planted in 1928 and as soon as you walk in you feel like you are completely away from the world.

Photography lovers will love this spot with the sunlight filtering in, floor covered in pine needles, canopy so high it’s almost in the heaven and stumps and fallen branches  all through the area. So many photo worthy shots to be had.

Whenever I visit this area I always make sure I stop by. Trust me you will love it.

Where- Within Bago State Forest at Laurel Hill.

How to get there-Head south of Batlow on the Tumbarumba Rd

Entry Fee- Free (just the fuel to get there)

Best for – all

http://www.visittumbashire.com.au/what-to-do/walks/sugar-pine-walk-laurel-hill.aspx

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Debbie H says:

    Great post! I love this walk too.

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  2. Haven’t been there, though doing 7000 to 9000kms in a motorhome doesn’t make much of an impression on an Aussie map 🙂 Love the photos of the trees.

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    1. Haha no it doesn’t such a big place to explore!

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  3. josypheen says:

    This is the kind of place I’d LOVE to visit.
    Lovely photos to make you feel teeny.

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    1. It’s such an amazing place!

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  4. emfletche says:

    This looks beautiful 🙂

    Like

  5. Absolutely beautiful!

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