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Eucalypt Australia is a grant-making Charitable Trust that focuses on eucalypts, an Australian icon and a significant aspect of Australia’s natural environment and biodiversity. We envisage a public inspired by and appreciative of eucalypts.


National Eucalypt Day 2024: Celebrating Our Urban Champions

Held annually on 23 March, National Eucalypt Day aims to raise awareness of eucalypts and celebrate the important place that they hold in the hearts and lives of Australians.

To find events, host an event and see the history, go here.




Eucalypt Australia 2024 Dahl Fellows

We thank all of our 2024 Fellowship applicants for their diverse, thorough and interesting project proposals and we congratulate our 2024 Dahl Fellows and look forward to an amazing year:

Geri Barr:  The Art of Listening

Dr Keg de Souza: Got by Dan: The Story of Burramattagal Man Daniel Moowattin

Pete McCurley: Retrieving Knowledge Forward: Fire, Forests and Human Custodial Responsibility

Discover more about our 2024 Fellows’ projects here.

Portrait of Dr Keg De Souza by Bryony Jackson

Underneath the Gum Trees

As part of its strategic educational vision, Eucalypt Australia funded the Among the Gum Trees unit developed by Primary Connections.  Primary Connections is an innovative program developed by the Australian Academy of Science with the objective of linking the teaching of science with the teaching of literacy in primary schools.

This video Underneath the Gum Trees supplements the Among the Gum Trees unit and addresses science understanding through the context of the interdependent relationship of eucalypt trees and animals.

More information on Among the Gum Trees and Primary Connections can be found here.

Dean Nicolle and iNaturalist

The iNaturalist project involves uploading all of Dean’s high-quality photographs and their accompanying specimen/record notes of eucalypts onto the online biodiversity-sharing platform iNaturalist.

This will result in over 4,000 of Dean’s vouchered observations of eucalypts being available as open data on iNaturalist.

Read more here.

Photo of Dean Nicolle and Malcolm French sampling


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