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Within the Woodbush Forest find a stand of the tallest trees in Africa (over 80 metres). Not only are they the tallest group of cultivated Eucalyptus in the southern hemisphere, but possibly the world. Planted in 1906 they serve as a landmark on the Magoebaskloof Trail. The Woodbush Forest Reserve.The reserve is the second largest indigenous forest in South Africa. It is located in the Magoebaskloof mountainous region between Tzaneen and Haenertsburg.
Limpopo Province
15 August 2018
Photograph: John Hogg

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