Eucalypts are woody plants belonging to three closely related genera: Eucalyptus, Corymbia and Angophora. The over 700 species are mostly native to Australia.
|Australian Convict Sites||Great North Road within Dharug National Park is within Blue Gum forest|
|Gondwana Rainforests||Eucalyptus andrewsii at high altitudes and by tallowwood E. microcorys - E. saligna and then tallowwood-blue gum (AB ev)|
|Greater Blue Mountains||The predominant natural vegetation of the higher ridges is eucalyptus forest (wiki)|
|Kakadu National Park||.. several endemic plants that are only found in Kakadu such as Eucalyptus koolpinensis (wiki)|
|Ningaloo Coast||These landscapes support sparse eucalypt woodlands (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Purnululu National Park|
|Rainforests of the Atsinanana||Fire induced invasive plant species such as Eucalypts are a potential problem on the higher altitude western side of Ranomafana National Park (AB ev)|
|Sintra||The northern slopes of the Serra with their extensive forests of ... eucalyptus (AB ev)|
|Tasmanian Wilderness||extensive tracts of tall eucalypt forest (AB ev)|
|Western Ghats||Eucalyptus plantations|
|Wet Tropics of Queensland||dominated by flooded gum Eucalyptus arandis (AB ev)|
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