Located adjacent to the Shrine of Rememberance and the Botanic Gardens, is this amazing Busaria. Yes it is a remnant indigenous tree/shrub. Truly a place of ecological pilgrimage given the plants context and survival of massive change. Awe inspiring.
A treasure of a tree near Spring Hill. There is something special about the distribution of Snow Gum in the Macedon Ranges Shire, from the sedimetary hills above Deep Creek, below Darraweit Guim, to Newham, to Camels Hump, to Spring Hill. Wonderful.
Wombats in the Mid-Deep Creek. People often associate wombats with forested and treed areas. However there is a solid population located in creek banks or adajcent creek lines along the Deep Creek From Darraweit Guim south towards Bulla.
An extraordinarily large E. pauciflora (Snow Gum) on the Woodend - Tylden Road in private land. Nearly 16m high with a trunk over 1m diameter. Must be pretty old. Full of hollows. One of the most amazing trees in the Macedon Ranges Shire.
An old Banksia Marginata. At first glance some may say 'So what?' but have a close look at the base of this tree and its massive root ball. It must be a fair age. Under Custodianship of Macedon Ranges Shire.