The Sugar Pine Walk was badly damaged by bushfires in January 2020. Travellers are advised that the Sugar Pine Walk trees cannot be saved, and work will soon commence on their removal.
The Sugar Pine Walk was planted in 1928 as part of a trial of different exotic species by the forestry industry.
The site was popular with Instagrammers, social media lovers and photographers eager to get the perfect shot, particularly when snow was falling among the tall sugar pine trees.
Snowy Valleys Mayor James Hayes said it became a major tourist drawcard for the region.
Please click here for the media release from Forestry Corporation, who own and manage the Sugar Pine Walk.