Discover the Redwood Forest In East Warburton, Victoria

Thetraveljunkie.org – One of our favorite areas in Victoria, Australia is the Redwood Forest In East Warburton. It’s incredible the sensation of walking through a way full of trees, looking up and hearing the wind sound.

If you are not an early bird you will listen a sound too, but not as pleasant as the one before: hundred of tourists pushing, shouting, with selfie sticks taking photos in the middle of the forest.

Being one of the most beautiful places in the world has a cost but keeping calm and breathing, everything goes better.

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.

We came across a few tourists and the best thing was able to enjoy the forest to ourselves after everyone had left.

And we walked around a little we came across an amazing coffee shop, with a view of the river.

We had a coffee to warm up and then went to Melbourne, it was such a great day.

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