Vegetation in Blue Gum Park

There are several main vegetation elements in Blue Gum Park / Kurangga that possess cultural heritage merit.

Sellar Avenue is lined by many fine elderly specimens of white cedar dating to just before the First World War (1910-12). Some Hackberry trees have been planted at the south-eastern end of Sellar Avenue to replace dead white cedar trees.

The closed woodland area in the south-eastern corner of the park comprises a mix of vegetation principally dominated by River Red Gums with some South Australian Blue Gums.



Spoken description - Vegetation
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