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Aboriginal Shelter Tree

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Pollocks Road, Talbot VIC 3371

Features

  • Enormous tree around 700 years old
  • Used as an aboriginal shelter
This spectacular tree sits alongside Pollocks Road, Talbot and is a very short drive from the town.

The Aboriginal Shelter Tree is a giant River Red Gum about 700 years old and has a girth of approximately 15 metres. Its hollowed out centre was used by the Dja Dja Wurrung clan as a shelter. This tree is classified by the National Trust of Victoria.

Also of interest are:
  • Bull Gully Aboriginal Rock Wells, located close by in Daisy Hill. These wells are generally thought to be the best example of Aboriginal rock wells in Victoria.
  • Big Tree Park, Guildford is home to a spectacular, ancient River Red Gum thought to be somewhere between 500 to 1,000 years old.



 

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