Noojee's Forests

Tree ferns in a proposed coupe via Friends of Noojee's Trees

Noojee is a picturesque town in Victoria's Central Highlands, part of the proposed Great Forest National Park. Logging coupes adjacent to the town's creek are set to be logged in 2018 by Vicforests, restricting the town's potential for tourism and creating a fire hazard for inhabitants.

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