Australian Bushland

Perth Western Australia view from Red Hill. Bushland Australia Perth

Australian bushland is unique and different to European green landscape, mostly thin woody shrubs and bushes, usually dry or semi-dry full of unusual animals and plants. Red dust and endless horizons are part of Australian Outback just like kangaroos, crows, cockatoos, wombats, goannas, spiders, snakes and many, many more of Australians unique animals.

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Australian Outback

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Australian bushland, wildflowers, animals, endless landscapes, wonderful cities, friendly people and many more things, but to see it you have to get on board Flight
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Some wildflowers around Perth. Local parks and shrubs. Swan and Helena rivers, birds and animals. Bushland Australia
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Some wildflowers around Perth click on small image to enlarge
Christmas tree Western Australian Christmas tree(Loranthaceae).Christmas tree Parasitic tree grow to 10 m with variable foliage. Brilliant yellow-orange flowers are appearing between October and January. Needs full sun and it is frost resistant.Christmas tree  Christmas tree   Christmas tree Kangaroo PawKangaroo Paw (Heamodoraceae). The best know Kangaroo Paw and the floral emblem of Western Australia, grows from Manjimup to Shark Bay and is common in Perth bushlands. It is a spring flower and lives for a short time.Kangaroo PawKangaroo PawKangaroo Paw Swan River MyrtleSwan River Myrtle (Myrtaceae). Growing in sandy woodlands as well as in gravelly soils in the Jarrah Forest, between Perth and Albany this shrub, to about 1 m tall, its flowers for many weeks in early spring. It is abundant in Perth bushlands.Swan River Myrtle Granny BonnetsGranny Bonnets (Papilionaceae). Also known as Lamb Poison because it is thougt to be toxic to stock, this sprawling shrub grows to only about 30cm with few leaves. Its distribution is widspread from Esperance to Geraldton and inland throughout the Wheatbelt and also in the Stirling Range in sandy soils.Granny Bonnets Prickly MosesPrickly Moses (Minosaceae). Equipped with fine sharp spines this shrub up to 2m is common in woodlands around Perth and in the Darling Range. It has true leaves unlike most watles and it bursts into bloom for a short period in spring.
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Perth Western Australia view from South Perth Perth
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