Deep Glen Bay, Tasman National Park, TAS
We also have around 2800 species of eucalypts (gum trees), and 1000 species of acacia, which we call ‘wattle'. The Golden Wattle is Australia's floral emblem. Eucalypts make up almost 80 per cent of our forests. Acacias, melaleuca (tea tree), casuarinas (she-oaks), callitris (cypress pine), mangrove and rainforests make up the other 20 per cent.