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Address: Bago Forest, Knopsens Road, Laurel Hill, New South Wales, Australia

Stunning stand of Sugar Pines, located around 400 metres along Knopsens...

Stunning stand of Sugar Pines, located around 400 metres along Knopsens Road, off the Batlow Road. Setting foot on Sugarpine Walk is like walking into a natural cathedral. Pine needles carpet the ground and soften every footfall. Great opportunity for photography.

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The feeling when you walk through the sugar pines is almost surreal, the walkway up the centre feels like a natural cathedral with the very tall trees reaching up towards the sky... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
John B
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you travel from Sydney it's take about 5 hours drive, on the way you will pass by a place call Batlow there got a lot apple farm

Thank H9504DBsharonp
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

The feeling when you walk through the sugar pines is almost surreal, the walkway up the centre feels like a natural cathedral with the very tall trees reaching up towards the sky and the forest surrounding the main section is covered in beautiful ferns.

Thank John B
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 31 January 2017

Amazing! Top 1 must see in bago state forest! Just be ware of the dropping branches or nuts while walking through it...... Great thanks to the people who planted those tall trees in 1920s.

1 Thank chanelle2017
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Reviewed 13 October 2016

If you are at tumut, gundagai or around that area then this is a must visit place. I have visited with my family consisting a 4 yr old kid. Best time to visit is winter, specially while snowing.

2 Thank Syed H
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 25 August 2016

This is a must place to visit especially in Winter. It wasn't snowing when I went in August. You is so quiet that you can hear the birds. Lovely view. We drove from Sydney so for a day trip it was hectic however when you reach your destination it was worth it.

Thank Pumpkin_Charlie
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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

This is a stunning part of the world! It's a small section of the Bago State Forest protected from the logging around it to preserve its beauty. The walk itself is only 500m but it's spectacular! And being a state forest, you can take your pup like we did. 👍🏼 It's popular, so get there early if you can, there's... More 

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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 26 October 2015

A bit off the beaten track near Batlow, regional NSW, this picturesque field of sugar pines is absolutely breath taking. Worth the detour if in the area!

2 Thank Reanna C
Canberra, Australia
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Reviewed 29 September 2015

It was a joy to discover this natural tunnel made from sugar pine trees. They are so tall and you and your children's imagination can run wild here - fairies or trolls could be waiting. Meet several children geocaching - they loved the experience of searching through the tall trees to find the local cache. Others were collecting old pine... More 

1 Thank jellen6
Tampere, Finland
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Reviewed 28 September 2015

As a pine tree planter it was super nice to see what those little bastards looks like when they are grown up. This small plantation is planted 1928.

1 Thank MsKaisa
Blaxland, Australia
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

Beautiful walk through these huge pines. Great photography can be taken through different aspects of the walk.

2 Thank John W

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