This magic reserve is well hidden. From Blues Point Reserve isn't too far away, so it worse to visit the two of them together. Close to the entrance there's the short history of the place, displayed on tables. If you want to know more about this enchanting reserve, stop for a few minutes and read it. The winding trail takes you first to a ruin, probably the old sawmill, and from there one path is leading down to a wooden viewing platform looking over to the peacefully rusting shipwreck on the shore. This little tower is a piece of art. I loved it so much, that I took several photos of it. Don't worry, only for this skillfully put together wooden structure, excluding me. Going down on the stairs you arrive to the lower part of the reserve and can have a closer look at the shipwreck. While choosing the other part of the path from the sawmill ruins, it takes you uphill on a gentle trail, surrounded by magnificent native trees and shrubs. Like walking in a magic, entrancing forest that was dropped down here from a far away past.
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