Wandoo Forest, Dryandra Woodlands National Park


As we've traveled from the southwestern coast to the northeast, the country has gotten drier again. The trees have spread out and the canopy becomes more open. The trees with the white trunks are wandoo, Eucalyptus wandoo, and those with the dark, flakey trunks are marri, Corymbia calophylla. The wandoo forest once covered much of the inland portion of southwestern Australia but only remnants now remain. This park is about 100 km southeast of Perth.

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