Sugar Pine Walk

May 31, 2019

Sugar Pine Walk

 Image: Jodie Hui

 

Known as the Pine Cathedral or the Fairytale Forrest the Sugar Pines were planted in 1928 in the Bago State Forrest and now stand protected from any logging activity.

The walk itself is only approximately 500 metres but the majesty of the towering pines will be a sight you won't soon forget.

The drive to the pines from Tumut is one to savour, taking in winding mountain roads and passing through apple orchards surrounding Batlow and stretching across the mountains. Continue along the drive for another 20 minutes and you will arrive into Tumbarumba, another town in the region offering wineries and cafes to call into for a lunch break.

For more information on the Sugar Pine Walk head to Visit Tumut.
Address

 Kopsens Rd, Laurel Hill NSW 2649​

Phone N/A
Website http://www.visittumut.com.au/exploring/itineraries/1-2-day/sugar-pine-walk.aspx
Email tumutrvc@environment.nsw.gov.au
Distance from TRBC Approx. 40 mins
Opening Hours N/A







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