Border Rivers region GLM land types
To view the description for a specific land type within the Border Rivers region, click on the land type or plant index below:
- Belah and brigalow plains on texture contrast soils
- Brigalow belah +/- melonholes
- Bulloak country
- Coolibah floodplains
- Cypress pine and carbeen forest on undulating sandy plains
- Granite hills with New England blackbutt and stringybark
- Granite plains and rises with mixed grassy woodlands
- Poplar box flats
- Poplar box on red soils
- Traprock plains with box grassy woodlands
- Traprock hills with narrow-leaved ironbark and tumbledown gum
- Yelarbon Desert
- Border Rivers Region plant index
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