Such a beautiful place!
If I get there I'll give it a try.
Well good on you if you can do it and get there, time will tell.
Es precioso el camino con tantos árboles en su orilla.Besos
Lovely drive into Hollybank with all those trees along each side of the road.
the way looks amazing
It is indeed.
Different I expect.
We have a similar walk at our Botanic Gardens I think. Some day I must investigate.
If you near you can take a peek and see if it's similar.
Are they viewing tree houses up some of the trees?Kids would be in their element............I know I as a kid wouldhave been up those ladders as fast as a scared goanna for a betterview or a bit of Tarzan fun. I was really NOT a wicked kid (wink wink).Were you and "Shanks" tree climbers when you were kids??????Colin
I bet you was a terror of a child :)I would climb trees and jump down onto the horse, no saddle :) when staying on a relatives farm, got into awful trouble.Don't know if Shanks did anything like that.
Not sure about the terror part.Well you and I would have made an excellent Tarzan and Jane duo.My sister Lynette's attempt at being Jane ended up with her falling into the pig pen and on the startled pigs trough and breaking her arm.Never have I witnessed such dramatics in all my life. I was severelypunished and my pleas of "I didn't push her" and she should swing better fell on parental deaf ears!Colin aka Tarzan of the early 50's.
Oh, that wasn't what I had in mind when I read the headline. I was thinking steel and safety and gentle slopes. We have a good treetop walk here in Victoria and we walked a great one south of Hobart in the early 2000s.
I know what you mean by steel walk, we have one down south which we visited some years ago, it's been extended so I heard.The one at Hollybank as you can see is very different and is also used for training purposes.
I'll pass on this one this one and leave it to young ones. (⚆ ͜ʖ ͡⚆)
Me too, not for me either.
I'd love to try that! Really. I've walked along the coastal boardwalk on top of the cliffs here and think a treetop walk would be just as fabulous.
Would you really, well good on you then, would be a challenge I expect.
My mind (and eyes) are usually in the treetops.
On the way to the sky.
I'll leave the tree top adventure to others braver than I. I'll just cast my eyes upwards and admire the tree tops from below with my feet firmly on the ground. And through your lovely photos, of course. :)
Not for me either Lee, if much, much younger then I would climb them..Thanks :)
Trees are always beautiful no matter what shape they are.
i would love to see view from above dear Margaret as when i was child i used to climb on tree fondly lolthis looks safe as i can see the wooden help out there really appealing and serene!!!
It's safe to climb, seemed to be plenty of helpers about.The trees are rather dense in that area so you would be able to see the sky and the ground below.
What a beautiful place to walk and relax!Thank you for showing this amazing place!Happy May !
Thank Ela and you are welcome.
It looks like a wonderful place but I like to keep my feet on the ground heights are not for me.Merle............
don't mind heights myself but certainly not for me climbing and walking about up there.
I always enjoy seeing and being around trees ... but tree top walks I leave to younger family members.All the best Jan
agree with you..
Not sure I would be game to do this either!!?!
It's not for me that's for sure...once yes.
Ahhh, that would be bliss !
Be good to look down for me and that's about it :)