There are so many Eucalypts on this page that we can't IdentifyName all of them in comments below and we will let you marry one of our daughters!

Just Beautiful

November 20, 2017

A lot of people have been telling us how certain trees are no longer considered Eucalypts. And they are right. But damn it!  This is a poetic exercise and if I can't have the Smooth Barked Apple and Spotted Gum in this venture then I shall be very upset. I mean to say...  look at this amazing bark...  If this doesn't say "celebrate our natural diversity" then I don't know what does. This picture was taken in the Brisbane Botanical Gardens. There is an Australian Native Trees section which has a bunch of great Eucalypts, Corymbias and Angophoras. Even better, considering how hard Eucalypts can be to identify there being more than 700 of them, these trees had labels so I knew what they were without taking nut, leaf and bark samples :-)

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Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the past and present traditional, first nation Elders and peoples of Australia. They are the true custodians of this

country and we celebrate and cherish their ancient and continuing creative and spiritual engagement with this land.

We are grateful to those indigenous people of various nations on mainland Australia and the Torres Strait Islands who have warmly and kindly shared their traditional insights with us. We are mindful of the custodianship of the traditional owners of the past and present of the different lands we travel through for this work. We are conscious of what a special thing it is to be helped into a deeper understanding of the Australian landscape.

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