PLANTS OF THE BOX GUM GRASSY WOODLANDS

Box Gum Grassy Woodlands are a feature of Eastern Australian landscapes. This vegetation community is listed as an Ecologically Endangered Community because of the flora and fauna this community supports, including the species of White Box, Yellow Box, and Blakely’s Gum. 

The Hunter Region Landcare Network is currently running a Woodland Birds School Education Program 2019 – 2023. This is funded through the National Landcare Program Phase 2 and Local Land Services Project, Bringing Back the Regent Honeyeater: a flagship species for our forests, farms, rivers and woodland birds to help preserve what we have left of this vegetation community.

Eucalyptus albens

White Box

Eucalyptus blakelyi

Blakely’s Gum

Eucalyptus melliodora

Yellow Box

Angophora floribunda

Rough-Barked Apple

Acacia decora

Western Silver Wattle

Daviesia ulicifolia

Gorse Bitter Pea

Indigofera adesmiifolia

Tick Indigo

Pultanea microphylla

Spreading Bush Pea

Poa sieberiana

Common Tussock Grass

Microlaena stipoides

Weeping Grass

Themeda triandra

Kangaroo Grass

Echinopogon ovatus

Hedgehog Grass

Craspedia variabilis

Billy Buttons

Diuris punctata

Purple Donkey Orchid

Lobelia purpurescens

White Root

Wahlenbergia gracilis

Sprawling Bluebell

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This project is supported by funding from Hunter Local Land Services through the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program