A tall karri forest in south-west of Western Australia is part of the State’s third of a million acres of forest. It provides a continuous and increasing supply for the timber industry; and is the site of a youth camp for school children. Forest officers explain various aspects of forestry to the children showing felling, milling and fire control. Other attractions include rare wildflowers, reptiles and birds.
How to watch
In ACMI's collection
16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)