The airwalk is a wonderful to see what the upper story of the forest looks like. There are signs identifying the tree species both on the ground and above so you know what you are looking at.
The walk to the airwalk is up hill however the track is well made, and there is a bench to rest on half way up.
Highly recommended is the one hour walk which crosses the Huon and Picton Rivers by suspension bridge. The eastern side is on a very well made path where you can walk abreast, while the western side is a single file forest walk. It can be a bit muddy in patches. I'd recommend doing the eastern side first so your return is on the more interesting track. The suspension bridges can be intimidating for some, however they don't move too much.
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