This spectacular River Red Gum was the subject for a photograph which won an international photographic competition in Paris in 1901. It is now on the register of the National Estate. Visitation had severely degraded the site and the trees health had begun to suffer. Following assessment of the site a management plan was devised by Tree Environs staff to change the way visitors could view the tree. This was implemented and the giant River Red Gum is now looking much improved.