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2015-03-27 Nature Walk - Kinabulu Prospect - Landcare Sign A regeneration projects by Tamborine Mountain Landcare Inc.  The site is a strip of slope between Contour Road and Kinabalu Drive in Eagle Heights. This is notable for a recent survey which found an unidentified plant species which is currently being examined by the Herbarium for classification. The slope is steep but the dirt path makes it acceptable for at least a down hill movement. Going back up may be a test for some.  It is  a great example of regeneration around small pockets of old native growth rainforest sections.

 

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