The Sun Country boasts some of the most impressive natural woodlands in Australia. These landscapes, feature a canopy of trees sparser than a forest, allow for the growth of many spectacular flowering plants, shrubs and native grasses.
Woodlands in the Goulburn Broken Catchment, extending from the Murray south through Sun Country and beyond, are home to an amazing array of flowering ground cover and native herbs, as well as shrubs and trees including many varieties of wattle, cassinia, grevillea, banksia and – of course – eucalyptus.
This environment is heaven for birds with well over 60 native species calling the woodlands home, including eye-catching parrots, honey eaters and robins, and the magnificent sacred kingfisher.
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