No threat to Big Spotty, despite protests and council vote

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Updated May 2 2023 - 12:19pm, first published May 1 2023 - 4:38pm
The tree known as Big Spotty stands head and shoulders above others in the North Brooman State Forest, but despite concerns raised by protesters, the Forestry Corporation says there is no logging threat to its survival. Picture supplied.
The tree known as Big Spotty stands head and shoulders above others in the North Brooman State Forest, but despite concerns raised by protesters, the Forestry Corporation says there is no logging threat to its survival. Picture supplied.

The Forestry Corporation says there is no need for environmental activists, Shoalhaven Council or the community to worry about the fate of Australia's largest spotted gum, known as Big Spotty.

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Glenn Ellard

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