Burdekin region GLM land types
To view the description for a specific land type within the Burdekin region of Queensland, click on the land type or plant index below:
- Black basalt
- Blackwood scrubs on massive soils
- Blackwood scrubs on structured clays
- Box and napunyah
- Box country
- Brigalow / gidgee scrubs
- Brown basalt
- Clayey alluvials
- Goldfields country – black soils
- Goldfields country – red soils
- Lancewood – bendee – rosewood
- Loamy alluvials
- Narrow-leaved ironbark on deeper soils
- Narrow-leaved ironbark on shallower soils
- Red basalt
- Silver-leaved ironbark
- Softwood scrub
- Yellowjacket with other eucalypts
- Burdekin Region plant index
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