Significant Trees: Burrendong Way (March)

Pinus radiata (left) and a Eucalyptus viminalis (right)

Location Burrendong Way (March, North of Orange).

Tree Species Radiata Pine (Pinus radiata)

Physical Description The buildings of March are dwarfed by a mature, sparse canopied Pinus radiata and a mature Eucalyptus viminalis which is located adjacent to the boundary fence of the Church. The Pines and Eucalypts are spread out along the hamlet.

Statement of Significance

Large, mature Pine trees visually define the village of March within the landscape
Large, mature Pine trees visually define the village of March within the landscape

The large radiata pines form a prominent visual feature of landscape around the small hamlet of March. The pines provide a link to the early history of March as a stop on the Cobb and Co. Route.

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