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16 July 2009

A wander through coastal woodland of Scribbly Gum & Banksia

Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park, near Rainbow Beach, Queensland

Once at threat from sand-mining, this stunning area stretches from the north shore of the Noosa River,
along beaches backed by high dunes, open wallum heathland, woodlands of scribbly gum and banksia, shady blackbutt forests, rainforests and tranquil lakes, to the mangrove lined fish habitats of the Tin Can Bay inlet. The coloured sands, Carlo Sand Blow and Double Island Point lighthouse are popular attractions. Our family explored the area over the school holidays.

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Tracey Bailey is the founder of Biome Eco Stores and mother of two. After working in corporate communications and starting a family, she made a choice to be part of the solution to our planet's future and started Biome Eco Stores. Tracey is passionate about educating the community about living eco-friendly and sustainable lives through her extended product, chemical, health and environmental knowledge.


Lillipilli Lane said...

Beautiful, our coastal wallums are some of the most threatened. What a beautiful photo it reminds me of the absolute joy from being in these lovely natural places. Honey-eaters abound when the banksia's are in flower : -)

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