Photography provided by Tobias Titz

Set in the northern reaches of the box ironbark region of Victoria, Burrabungle is home to several rare woodland communities.


Low Rises Grassy Woodland

Low Rises Grassy Woodland is an EVC nationally protected under the EPBC Act 1999.

Hills Herb Rich Woodland

Hills Herb Rich Woodland is classed as depleted in the Goldfields Region.

Spring Soak Woodland

Spring Soak Woodland is listed as vulnerable and the ephermeral soaks at Mt Korong are currently under consideration for listing as Threatened Ecological Communities under the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988.

Drainage Line Woodland

There is a small area of the endangered Drainage Line Woodland on the property.

The listed species, Deane’s Wattle (Acacia deanei subsp. paucijuga), is abundant at Burrabungle Park.

Deane's Wattle

Other plant species found on the property include Snowy Mint Bush (Prostanthera nivea), Australian Indigo (Indigofera australis), Drooping Sheoak (Allocasuarina verticillata), Lightwood (Acacia implex) Rock Correa (Correa glabra var. glabra), Rock Isotome (Isotoma petraea) and Riceflower (Pimelia humilis), amongst many others. The Trust for Nature species survey – still very far from comprehensive - may be found here.

Snowy Mint Bush