Floating forest in Sydney

Floating Forest in Sydney

One of the cool concepts that I came across as part of my things to see in Sydney research was the floating forest. Homebush, Sydney is home for a forest. The forest is on a 102 year old abandoned ship, which has fully grown mangrove trees. As part of Canon collective, I visited the the forest to take some pictures. The ship is the SS Ayrfield and is about 1140 tonnes. It now has fully grown mangrove trees. Isn’t it a pretty cool idea? Grow trees on a ship wreck, which then becomes a floating forest.

My pictures

First visit

Second visit

Also read What’s on Sydney to find out about the annual festivals in Sydney.



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