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Centurion is the world's tallest known flowering plant. It is in a rare group of trees in the world, over 100 metres height, that probably number around 20. (The others are a few coast redwood and the yellow meranti trees in US).
The tree was measured in 2008 by climber with a tapeline at 99.6 metres. Two more recent measurements show that the tree is still growing. In January 2014 the tree was again climbed and the tape drop indicated 99.82m. A tape drop in 2016 showed a height of 99.67m. Centurion was measured by laser in December 2018 and was found to have possibly reached 100.5 meters.
More info is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centurion_(tree)
Drone video of Centurion, the tallest flowering tree on earth.
Where to stay and eat near Centurion, the tallest flowering tree on earth
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Each cabin is in its own private forest setting. Privacy with a close connection with the peaceful surroundings. Self contained facilities include shower, toilets outdoor bath for two, kitchen, queen bed, 2 sofas, dining table, CD player, and a cosy wood fire
Classic farm cottage above the Huon River, Tasmania
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Deluxe Tipees in a private habitat reserve
Strong timber and canvas construction, each in its own private forest setting. Privacy with a close connection with the peaceful surroundings.
Inside, the tipees are very homely, with a couch that converts to a double bed, carpet, coffee table, CD player, linen rack and a cosy wood fire.
Shared facilities include showers, toilets outdoor bath for two, camp kitchen.
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