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Park in the overflow carpark, plenty big enough for vans and trailers, and head to the cache. It's up at slightly above eye height, requires no climbing and is a waterproof match container, olive green in colour. Cache is right next to the carpark.
Cache is outside the area for which payment is required.
About the Tahune Air Walk:
You can experience walking among the treetops past rare species, some found only in Tasmania, such as King Billy and Celery Top pine, myrtle, beech, blackwood and sassafras. The walkway rises up to 48 metres above the ground and extends for around half a kilometre over the Tahune State Forest and Picton River.
The Visitors Centre has excellent interpretation on the forest and how it is worked; the adjoining restaurant features tasty lunches usingTasmanian local produce.
The area is well known for four wheel driving, rafting, bushwalking and fishing. Its central location also provides a hub from which visitors can experience a range of cultural, heritage and recreational activities in the Huon Valley.
The Air Walk was made in Tasmania and designed to meet the highest safety standards. The steel framework is supported by 12 concrete towers embedded in the forest floor and stabilised by three elastic steel guy cables designed for each tower. The walkway is built to withstand winds up to 180 km.
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