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Judy and Julie on a creek side benchOhia Ct - TM Landcare Corridors Plan_1This is maturing into a beautiful stretch of native vegetation along a creek line with a walking path for locals' enjoyment. The Ohia Court creek line is one of the Tamborine Mountain Landcare Inc projects. It forms part of a wider corridor regeneration connecting the escarpment with three important ecological features: MacDonald Section Tamborine Mountain National Park, A National Park section along Wongawallan Road and a native forest along Contour Road.

< Judy and Julie sitting near the creek enjoying the surrounds.

 

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