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Unique Treetop Walks | O’Reilly’s Lamington Nat’l Park, Queensland, Australia

September 10, 2009

O'Reilly's-OZ-image-tree-top-2The rainforest treetop walks in Australia are not for the faint of heart or those fearful of heights, but can be incredibly amazing adventures for those who dare to take the walk. Breathtaking views of nature few people will ever have the opportunity to experience are waiting on these suspension bridges in down under. O’Reilly’s Lamington National Park Tree Top Walk, Queensland, Australia.

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O’Reilly’s Guest House is approximately a 40 minute drive from the Gold Coast in Australia. From the guest house, visitors follow the trail to the suspended bridge for a treetop walk. This treetop walk is unique and possibly one of the most frightening, as the bridge is constructed of wood and rope and bounces when walked on. The treetop walks leads guests to the botanical gardens at the park.
(images via: fudomouth, blogspot, ezau, Wendy Turner)


Source: Unique Travel Destinations

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