Our Biggest Tree - Mountain-Ash, 'Kermandie Queen'

Date of Record: 22/05/2013

Our biggest tree's common name is Mountain-Ash 'Kermandie Queen'. The scientific name is Eucalyptus Regnans.

The circumference is 21.65 metres, height is 77.00 metres, and crown is 25.00 metres.

The tree is located in Geeveston Tasmania, on a walking track 4 kms west of Geeveston.

How do you measure a tree? The basis of the tree register is to assess trees in a holistic way. American Forests have been doing this for 77 years.

The 'points' allocated to a tree is based on their formula which is:

Total points = Trunk Circumference (inches) + Height (feet) + 1/4 average crown spread (feet)