Torrential storms ravaged the Flinders Ranges over the Australia Day long weekend earlier this year. In particular, the bridge that provides access to photograph the famous Cazneaux Tree was damaged from flood water.
Since then, work has been underway to rebuild the bridge and enable visitor access to this popular site especially for the budding photographer.
Also coming soon is interpretation along the short walking trail from the tree’s viewing area which will explain the untold stories of the site. Metal sign podiums have been installed with the interpretation designs almost complete for production and then installation to follow.
Both are earmarked for completion by May 2022 which will see a new visitor attraction located not far from Wilpena Pound in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park.