Monday, 6 August 2007

Murphy's Glen

Murphy's Glen camping area is a short drive into the forest from Woodford in the middle mountains. Here the trees are tall and lush. Apparently there is volcanic soil mixed with the sandstone, providing more nutrients than other forest areas.


Photo: Murphy's Glen, Blue Mountains


Words to walk with:
From National Parks and Wildlife signage at Murphy's Glen.
"Small pockets of rich diversity are important in the overall patterns of survival in the Blue Mountains. As well as providing refuge for plants, animals and birds, places like Murphy's Glen provide visitors with a glimpse into the variety of life which has evolved over millions of years in the Blue Mountains."

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