We were hoping to spot a cassowary but I think they are rather elusive and it would be a bit of a miracle to spot one however we learnt a lot about the rain forest, the birds and beasts and spotted a few along the way. Perhaps the forest is a bit quiet at the end of winter so we were a bit reliant on the interpretive signs but the experience was well worth while and we were delighted to hear resident ecologist Peter Pavlov give us a one on one talk about the forest ecosystem, the threats and management. A genuine piece of forest that we had the pleasure of wandering through.
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