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TM FireBreak - Deerbrook Break

TM FireBreak - Deerbrook Break
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This exits to the North from the dirt section of Wongawallan Road about 300 metres down from the top locked gate. This fire break extends past the top of the Gold Coast City Council Commonwealth Games Bush bike training area and along/down a ridge to the NNW into the valley above the western end of Welches Road.All materials on this site are copyright protected by its author. Excluding our own non-text media, text content may be re-published with attribution to "Tamborine Mountain Natural History Association Inc www.naturalhistory.org.au" and the author if indicated for that content in the website.

 
 
 
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