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Australian bush

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A very handsome tree that grows to 25 metres in height but is typically between 8-12 m in cultivation with a long sinuous smooth trunk with a dense umbrella-shaped crown. The new bark is an attractive salmon pink that turns grey before being shed in long slivers that hang from the tree. At dawn and dusk, these make a beautiful sight with the salmon colors and the hanging bark.

River red gums on the dry river bed of an overflow creek in the Umberumberka Reservoir, Silverton, NSW. IMAGE CREDIT: Giovanni Cordeiro

This week's reader photo looking down an overflow creek of the Umberumberka Reservoir in Silverton was inspired by classical historic artworks depicting the Australian outback.

Australian countryside

Encore une belle visite en Australie avec cette fois une ferme à la décoration boho-chic. Des objets recyclés, un tapis aux motifs ethniques, du bois et la nature omniprésente. Bref, une maison avec...

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An erect small tree with a smooth white barked stem and erect straggly branches. Pale dull green leaves tapering to a point, ovate yellow flower buds opening to creamy white flowers in spring and summer

The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard.

The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard.

Matt and Lentil of Grown & Gathered — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Today our garden columnist Georgia Reid of The Planthunter introduces us to Matt and Lentil Purbrick of Grown & Gathered, who have crafted an idyllic life in Tabilk, an hour and a half north of Melbourne.

Image of early morning light on rural roads through the gum trees

early morning light on rural roads through the gum trees - Gillian Vann. Find more authentic Australian stock images at Austockphoto