Eucalypts, commonly known as gum trees, form an integral part of the Australian identity with the bush. From the children’s song Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree through to the distinctive smell of eucalypts to iconic paintings and photographs, eucalypts are an essential part of Australian culture, featuring in art, music and literature.
Ghost Gums – over 30 metres high
Bark on the Gum
Kookaburra in the old ghost tree
Looking out up to the Wisteria Colonnade past a Mary-Lou Pittard tile
With my mate the King!
Kookaburra sitting in the old gum tree
Some of the gum trees that appeared to be struggling