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Below is a list of the events and celebrations occurring as part of National Eucalypt Day. We thank our partners for their support! Events are constantly loaded through February and March, so please keep checking back.

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Our very own Eucalyptus yarriambiack – guided walk, Brim (Vic)

23 March @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm


Yarriambiack Shire in Victoria has its very own endemic eucalypt, the Yarriambiack Mallee-Box. It is known from only about 150 specimens just north of Brim along the Yarriambiack Creek.

Alicia Merriam, the Yarrilinks Landcare Facilitator will deliver a presentation about the species, and conduct a field visit to see it in person and so you can learn its distinguishing features.  The event will  finish with a BYO picnic lunch at Brim.

This species was first described in 2012 by Kevin James Rule and is part of the E. odorata complex. Similar species include E. odorata, E. wimmerensis, and E. polybractea. Due to its limited population size and distribution, an observed lack of seedling recruitment, and threat exposure in the limited reserves where it grows, Kevin Rule noted that under IUCN criteria it should be regarded as critically endangered.

There appears to be little awareness of this special unique species in the local community, although many have shown a great deal of interest upon hearing about it. Yarriambiack Shire has been heavily cleared for intensive agriculture, and native vegetation is restricted to small reserves and riparian areas along the Yarriambiack and Dunmunkle Creeks. Unique species such as this can be an iconic species to capture interest, attention, and provide a focus for conservation in the region.

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Photo credit Kevin Rule




23 March
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Yarrilinks Landcare Network


Brim Lakeside Park
Brim, Vic Australia + Google Map
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