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The Bibbulmun track just south of the Canning Camp. 

The Marri/Jarrah forest here was heavily logged, and then logged again. There is regrowth, but with regular burning by Department of Environment and Conservation, this small part of a once great forest has little chance of rejuvenating.

Much of it also suffers from Dieback, a fungal disease which slowly kills vegetation

The log across the track has been cut in such a way as to allow walkers but to discourage motor/bicycle riders.

The Bibbulmun track just south of the Canning Camp.

The Marri/Jarrah forest here was heavily logged, and then logged again. There is regrowth, but with regular burning by Department of Environment and Conservation, this small part of a once great forest has little chance of rejuvenating.

Much of it also suffers from Dieback, a fungal disease which slowly kills vegetation

The log across the track has been cut in such a way as to allow walkers but to discourage motor/bicycle riders.