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Natural Treasures

18. Mount Disappointment Forests

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The Mount Disappointment forests are rich and diverse forested lands on a high dissected granite plateau. The forests range from dry forests in the north and west through to wet Mountain Ash forest in higher southern plateau and southeast slopes. The area is divided into the smaller Wandong Regional Park on the west, Mount Disappointment State Forest on the western catchments and Kinglake National Park (mostly the closed-to-public Wallaby Creek Water Supply Catchment) on the eastern side. The State Forest has many access roads and tracks and a few marked walking tracks.

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