|River Red Gum Distribution, courtesy of the Atlas of Living Australia. |
The actual distribution will be more continuous than this - each dot represents a specimen or record.
(The apparent dot in Tasmania will represent a planted specimen.)
|Trephina Gorge, East MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory.|
Every tree in this photo is a River Red Gum.
|River Red Gum seedlings, Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory.|
Whether these seedlings survive will depend on the timing and ferocity of the next storm-flood.
|Hugh River, Owen Springs Nature Reserve, central Australia.|
|Stephens Creek, north of Broken Hill, far western New South Wales.|
|River Red Gum saplings, marking a past flood peak, Hattah-Kulkyne National Park, north-western Victoria.|
|Melrose, southern Flinders Ranges, South Australia.|
I love the way the road goes around it!
|Orroroo, South Australia.|
This venerable tree has a circumference of more than 10 metres and is estimated to be over 500 years old.
|Brachina Gorge, central Flinders Ranges.|
|Burra Gorge, South Australia. |
The trees here are probably the oldest I've seen; some of them must be close to a thousand years old.
|River Red Gums,Murchison Gorge, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia.|