The Great Forest National Park will save our precious natural environment in Melbourne's drinking water catchment area, having the highest known biomass carbon density in the world.
Fungal networks in the forest maintaining the environmental balance will be preserved.
The forest will help save the many endangered unique species found in the area, for example the Sooty Owl, the Leadbeater's Possum, the Helmeted Honeyeater and the Baw Baw Frog as well as the many plant species found here and nowhere else.
It also has huge tourism potential providing enjoyment and employment for thousands.
Sculptural work refers the effects of logging our native forest
and the destruction of the forest's fungal networks
which communicate between the species
to establish balance in the ecosystem.
Toolangi Sculpture Trail 2015