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Whomping Willow

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Description

Named after the very old tree in the area which resembles the whomping willow in Harry Potter. A small but good collection of boulders close to the road.

Access issues inherited from The Enchanted Forest

Note:
This area is closed on days of extreme fire danger. Do not drive your vehicle into the Native Forest Reserve if gate is unlocked. Park outside the gate, ensuring the road and gate are not blocked to Forestry SA traffic. Overnight camping and campfires are not permitted at any time. The Reserve is open from sunrise to sunset every day. Do not feed the wildlife and stick to marked trails as much as is possible. Scrub off all tick marks before leaving and pack out all rubbish.

Approach

Easiest access for this area is to keep following Heggies Range Rd until it turns into Brownes Rd. Park as for the Khastersuhl Track of The Heysen Trail and walk in from there. Area can be seen from the road just before the parking area. All boulders located less than 100m from the road.

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