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The Cathedral Fig Tree

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The Cathedral Fig Tree:

  • The Cathedral Fig Tree is located about 5 km from the Gillies Highway. 

  • It is the same species of tree as the Curtain Fig Tree (Ficus virens), but through different growing pressure has evolved to display a different habit of the commonly called strangler fig. 

  • Many species of animal can be seen seeking shelter in and around the Cathedral Fig Tree including: 
        Papuan Frog Mouth, Rose-crowned Fruit Dove, Emerald Fruit Dove, Pale-yellow and Grey-headed Robin, Orange-footed Scrubfowl, many species of reptile, Possums and Tree Kangaroo.


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