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Atherosperma moschantum is the pointed tree around here. Also known as the Southern Sassafras, it is a tree of rainforests. It has a habit of falling over and regrowing from one of the branches. Meaning that some of these trees could be thousands of years old.
Hopefully you have successfully managed to follow the Rooty Break trail down to here, You are almost through to the Coast Range Rd, where it becomes easy to follow again.
Make sure you bring the camera for this loop walk and you will find the cache about 20m left of the track as you walk down hill. Close to the track are some shining gums that form a v-shape.
Please ensure you have read the safety information for this information at gc6yy60. It is of higher importance with this cache as the some parts of the Rooty Break trail, has become a basic gap through the trees.
At times the track is very hard to follow, weather conditions can be extreme and outside communication is unlikely.
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