Tuart Forest National Park is a national park in the South West region of Western Australia (Australia), 183 kilometres (114 mi) south of Perth. It contains the largest remaining section of pure tuart forest in the world. Traditionally the state forest associated with this stand of trees has been known as the Ludlow State Forest.
This narrow strip of tuart trees is situated between Capel and Busselton. The trees only grow on the coastal limestone that undelies the area and the park is home to the tallest and largest specimens of the trees on the Swan Coastal Plain. The taller trees found in the opark are over 33 m (108 ft) tall and over 10 m (33 ft) in girth.
Johnston, Judith (1993) The History of the Tuart Forest - pp. 136–153 in de Garis, B.K. (editor) Portraits of the South West: Aborigines, Women and the Environment Nedlands, W.A. University of Western Australia Press ISBN 1-875560-12-2