Tree Walk (01/08/2021)

Bundy, Eucalyptus goniocalyx, flowers and buds (W.Pix). Bundy flowers in autumn and provides a rich nectar source to wildlife including the endangered Swift Parrot.

Celebrate National Tree Day with a tree walk on Sunday, 1st August. Local ecologist Michael Doherty will introduce you to most of the tree species that occur on Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie including Snow Gum, Eucalyptus pauciflora, which grow only at a few sites.

On this information-packed walk, you will learn how to identify Mount Majura’s woodland and forest trees, see where they occur and hear how they survive fire and drought.

When: Sunday, 1 August 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

Where: Meet at the nature park entrance, Mackenzie Street nature park entrance roughly opposite Grayson Street Hackett; view this map.

Wear and bring: Sun protection, appropriate clothing for the weather, sturdy shoes and drinking water.

Snow gums, Eucalyptus pauciflora close to Mt Majura’s summit (W.Pix)

Tree guides will be available for a gold coin donation.

No booking required.


Download this poster to promote the walk.

Read about The Eucalypts and Wattles (Michael Doherty, August 2012)

View some features of eucalypts and other trees in this picture gallery

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