ronbeckdesigns: Now called Grass Tree (were once known as Black Boys), Australia

Grass trees, Xanthorrea, Australia (also called black boys)

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia.

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia. I like the idea of using the tree roots as levels and seats. The tree would be central with the the roots around it.

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Paperbark, many Australian trees have bark like this - it helps to survive bush fires by insulating the living cambium below.

Paperbark Tea Tree, Broad Leaf Paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia) Native to coastal eastern Australia, from Botany Bay in New South Wales northwards, into Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Hikers dwarfed by towering karri trees - south west corner of Western Australia

The Karri Forests Region

Hikers dwarfed by towering karri trees - south west corner of Western Australia >>> When you stop the car and get out inside one of these forests, it feels like you're in the heart of a vast cathedral, a cathedral of nature. Quite awesome.

Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia - The combination of shifting sand-dunes, tropical rainforests and lakes on an all sand island make it unique.

Mangrove Tree, Daintree National Park, Australia ( totally makes me think of you, girl)

Mangrove Tree, Daintree National Park, Australia Best Tea I've ever had comes from the Daintree Rainforest.

Gum blossom from a Eucalyptus tree. Photo taken in New South Wales in a town called Benanne in Australia.

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The Dubuji Boardwalk takes the visitor through stands of rainforest palms before exiting at Myall Beach, Cape Tribulation.

"The Dubuji Boardwalk takes the visitor through stands of rainforest palms before exiting at Myall Beach, Cape Tribulation, Far North Queensland.

NSW, Coonabarabran, Warrumbungle National Park. Grasstrees on summit of Mt Exmouth (1206m).

Warrumbungle grasstrees - image by Australian photographer Grant Dixon

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