Vegetation Management Regulation 2012


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Vegetation Management Regulation 2012

Part 1 Preliminary

1Short title

This regulation may be cited as the Vegetation Management Regulation 2012.

2Definitions

The dictionary in schedule 8 defines particular words used in this regulation.

Part 2 Approval of accepted development vegetation clearing codes

pt hdg sub 2013 SL No. 256 s 4

amd 2017 SL No. 103 s 137

3Approval of accepted development vegetation clearing codes—Act, s 19P

The following codes are approved as accepted development vegetation clearing codes—
(a)the code called ‘Managing category C regrowth vegetation’ made by the Minister on 7 March 2018;
(b)the code called ‘Managing category R regrowth vegetation’ made by the Minister on 14 November 2013;
(c)the code called ‘Managing clearing to improve operational efficiency of existing agriculture’ made by the Minister on 14 November 2013;
(d)the code called ‘Managing clearing for necessary property infrastructure’ made by the Minister on 14 November 2013;
(e)the code called ‘Managing encroachment’ made by the Minister on 14 November 2013;
(f)the code called ‘Managing fodder harvesting’ made by the Minister on 14 May 2018;
(g)the code called ‘Managing native forest practice’ made by the Minister on 14 July 2014;
(h)the code called ‘Managing weeds’ made by the Minister on 14 November 2013;
(i)the code called ‘Managing clearing for an extractive industry’ made by the Minister on 14 July 2014;
(j)the code called ‘Managing necessary environmental works’ made by the Minister on 14 July 2014.

Note—

See section 19P of the Act for when an accepted development vegetation clearing code takes effect.

s 3 sub 2013 SL No. 256 s 4

amd 2014 SL No. 171 s 4; 2017 SL No. 103 s 138; 2018 SL No. 24 s 6; 2018 SL No. 56 s 14

4[Repealed]

s 4 om 2013 SL No. 256 s 4

6[Repealed]

s 6 om 2013 SL No. 256 s 4

Part 3 Matters relating to regional ecosystems

8Regional ecosystems

(1)Each regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedule 1 is declared to be an endangered regional ecosystem.
(2)Each regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedule 2 is declared to be an of concern regional ecosystem.
(3)Each regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedule 3 is declared to be a least concern regional ecosystem.
(4)Each regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedule 4 is prescribed as a grassland regional ecosystem for the schedule of the Act, definition grassland regional ecosystem.
(5)Each grassland regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedule 5 is prescribed for section 8(b) of the Act.
(6)The regional ecosystem number for each regional ecosystem mentioned in column 1 of schedules 1 to 5 is shown in column 2 of the schedules opposite the regional ecosystem.

Part 4 Other matters prescribed for the Act

9Application for PMAV—Act, s 20C

(1)For section 20C(2)(b) of the Act, the following information is prescribed—
(a)the vegetation category areas and the boundaries of the areas proposed for the PMAV;
(b)information to demonstrate that—
(i)the boundaries of the proposed vegetation category areas are accurate; and
(ii)the vegetation category areas proposed are consistent with the floristic composition and structure of the regional ecosystems or vegetation in the area.
(2)The information mentioned in subsection (1)(a) must be supported by a map showing either—
(a)all of the following—
(i)5 or more points that correspond to identifiable fixed features;
(ii)the Map Grid of Australia 1994 coordinates and zone references for each point, acquired by GPS or similar system of satellites that receives and processes information;
(iii)a description of the feature that each point represents; or
(b)a description of the boundaries of the areas by reference to Map Grid of Australia 1994 coordinates and zone references for the areas.

10Application of development approvals and exemptions for Forestry Act 1959—Act, s 70A

Each species stated in schedule 6 is prescribed for section 70A(3) of the Act.

Part 5 Fees

12Fees

The fees payable under the Act are stated in schedule 7.

s 12 amd 2013 SL No. 256 s 6

Part 6 Repeal

13Repeal

The Vegetation Management Regulation 2000, SL No. 243 is repealed.

Schedule 1 Endangered regional ecosystems

section 8(1) and (6)

Part 1 Brigalow Belt Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata open forest on alluvial plains

11.3.1

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on alluvial plains

11.3.11

Dichanthium sericeum and/or Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains. Cracking clay soils

11.3.21

Themeda avenacea grassland on alluvial plains. Basalt derived soils

11.3.24

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Melaleuca viridiflora, Corymbia tessellaris and Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa tall woodland with a grassy ground layer on alluvial plains and broad drainage lines derived from serpentinite

11.3.38

Semi-evergreen vine thicket ± Casuarina cristata on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.1

Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata shrubby open forest on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.3

Acacia cambagei woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.6

Eucalyptus populnea with Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata open forest to woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.7

Eucalyptus cambageana woodland to open forest with Acacia harpophylla or A. argyrodendron on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.8

Acacia harpophylla shrubby woodland with Terminalia oblongata on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.9

Eucalyptus populnea or E. woollsiana, Acacia harpophylla, Casuarina cristata open forest to woodland on margins of Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.10

Eucalyptus populnea woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.12

Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata open forest in depressions on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.16

Eucalyptus tereticornis woodland in depressions on Cainozoic sand plains and remnant surfaces

11.5.17

Semi-evergreen vine thicket and microphyll vine forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.13

Eucalyptus brownii or Eucalyptus populnea woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.15

Acacia harpophylla-Eucalyptus cambageana woodland to open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.1

Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.5

Acacia melvillei ± A. harpophylla open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.6

Dichanthium sericeum grassland with clumps of Acacia harpophylla on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.12

Acacia harpophylla open forest on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.14

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.18

Eucalyptus populnea woodland on igneous rocks. Colluvial lower slopes

11.12.17

Acacia harpophylla open forest on igneous rocks. Colluvial lower slopes

11.12.21

Part 2 Central Queensland Coast Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Melaleuca spp. and/or Corymbia spp. and/or Lophostemon suaveolens and/or Acacia spp. open forest on dune sands mixed with alluvial material ± marine sediments

8.2.13

Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on seasonally inundated alluvial plains with impeded drainage

8.3.2

Freshwater wetlands with permanent water and aquatic vegetation

8.3.4

Melaleuca viridiflora var. attenuata open forest in broad drainage areas

8.3.11

Imperata cylindrica and/or Sorghum nitidum forma aristatum and/or Ischaemum australe tussock grassland on alluvial and old marine plains

8.3.12

Corymbia clarksoniana and/or C. intermedia open forest on Tertiary sand plains and rises including small areas of shale (mainly subregion 6)

8.5.1

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Allocasuarina luehmanii, or M. viridiflora and M. nervosa woodland, on Tertiary sand plains

8.5.2

Eucalyptus platyphylla and/or Corymbia clarksoniana and/or C. intermedia and/or C. tessellaris woodland on low undulating areas on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.4

Corymbia tessellaris and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis ± C. intermedia ± C. clarksoniana open forest with a secondary tree layer of Livistona decora on low hills on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.27

Part 3 Desert Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Acacia cambagei woodland on lakeside dunes

10.3.19

Part 4 Mulga Lands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Springs on recent alluvia, ancient alluvia and fine-grained sedimentary rock

6.3.23

Acacia cambagei ± Casuarina cristata low open forest on clay plains

6.4.1

Casuarina cristata ± Acacia harpophylla open forest on clay plains

6.4.2

Part 5 New England Tableland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus nobilis open forest on alluvial plains

13.3.3

Eucalyptus conica, E. microcarpa, E. melliodora woodland on alluvial plains

13.3.4

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Angophora floribunda open forest on alluvial plains

13.3.7

Eucalyptus moluccana open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

13.9.2

Eucalyptus melliodora and/or E. moluccana and/or E. microcarpa and/or E. conica woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.8

Eucalyptus blakelyi and/or E. caliginosa woodland to open forest on igneous rocks

13.12.9

Eucalyptus crebra, E. tereticornis, Angophora leiocarpa woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.10

Part 6 South East Queensland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Gallery rainforest (notophyll vine forest) on alluvial plains

12.3.1

Eucalyptus tereticornis woodland on Quaternary alluvium

12.3.3

Eucalyptus populnea woodland on alluvial plains

12.3.10

Complex notophyll to microphyll vine forest on alluvial plains

12.3.16

Melaleuca irbyana low open forest on alluvial plains

12.3.18

Eucalyptus moluccana and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis and E. crebra open forest to woodland, with a sparse to mid-dense understorey of Melaleuca irbyana on alluvial plains

12.3.19

Melaleuca quinquenervia, Casuarina glauca± Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. siderophloia open forest on low coastal alluvial plains

12.3.20

Complex microphyll vine forest on alluvial plains

12.3.21

Corymbia intermedia, Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest on remnant Tertiary surfaces, usually near coast and in deep red soils

12.5.2

Eucalyptus racemosa woodland on remnant Tertiary surfaces

12.5.3

Eucalyptus siderophloia, E. propinqua, E. microcorys and/or E. pilularis open forest on remnant Tertiary surfaces, usually deep red soils

12.5.6

Syncarpia glomulifera woodland on complex of remnant Tertiary surface and Tertiary sedimentary rocks

12.5.11

Microphyll to notophyll vine forest ± Araucaria cunninghamii on remnant Tertiary surfaces

12.5.13

Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Brachychiton rupestris on Cainozoic igneous rocks, usually in southern half of bioregion

12.8.21

Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Brachychiton australis on Cainozoic igneous rocks, usually in northern half of bioregion

12.8.22

Acacia harpophylla open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.23

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks especially trachyte

12.8.24

Dichanthium spp. and Themeda triandra grassland on igneous rocks

12.8.27

Acacia harpophylla open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.6

Eucalyptus melanophloia, E. crebra woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.8

Melaleuca irbyana low open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.11

Eucalyptus seeana, Corymbia intermedia, Angophora leiocarpa woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.12

Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Brachychiton rupestris on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.15

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata and/or E. moluccana, E. tereticornis, E. crebra open forest with Melaleuca irbyana understorey on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.27

Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus interstans± Corymbia intermedia, E. tereticornis woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.28

Eucalyptus cloeziana open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.16

Eucalyptus pilularis open forest on coastal metamorphics and interbedded volcanics

12.11.23

Eucalyptus racemosa subsp. racemosa and/or E. seeana and Corymbia intermedia woodland on metamorphics± interbedded volcanics

12.11.27

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks, usually in southern half of bioregion

12.12.17

Acacia harpophylla open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.26

Part 7 Wet Tropics Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mesophyll vine forest on beach ridges and sand plains of beach origin

7.2.1

Hemarthria uncinata and/or Ischaemum australe ± Sorghum spp. grassland and/or ephemeral sedgelands on seasonally inundated alluvial plains

7.3.1

Melaleuca dealbata ± Melaleuca leucadendra open forest on poorly drained alluvial plains

7.3.6

Eucalyptus pellita and Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland (or vine forest with emergent E. pellita and C. intermedia) on poorly drained alluvial plains

7.3.7

Corymbia tessellaris, Acacia spp., Melaleuca spp. open forest on poorly drained alluvial plains (some soils with marine plain and dune influence)

7.3.9

Mixed eucalypt open forest to woodland dominated by Eucalyptus tereticornis and Corymbia tessellaris ± Melaleuca dealbata (or vine forest with these species as emergents). Lowland alluvial plains

7.3.12

Complex mesophyll vine forest on well-drained alluvium of high fertility

7.3.17

Simple to complex semi-deciduous notophyll to mesophyll vine forest on lowland alluvium, predominantly riverine levees

7.3.23

Complex of fernlands and sedgelands with emergent rainforest pioneering spp. in permanently wet peat swamps of alluvial plains

7.3.30

Imperata cylindrica and/or Sorghum nitidum and/or Mnesithea rottboellioides and/or Themeda triandra closed-tussock grassland on alluvial plains

7.3.32

Melaleuca viridiflora var. attenuata open forest to closed forest on broad swampy drainage lines of alluvial plains

7.3.34

Acacia mangium and/or A. celsa and/or A. polystachya closed forest on alluvial plains

7.3.35

Complex semi-evergreen notophyll vine forest of uplands on alluvium

7.3.37

Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest on well-drained alluvial plains of lowlands

7.3.40

Eucalyptus leptophleba, Corymbia clarksoniana open forest to woodland on alluvium in near-coastal areas with moderate rainfall

7.3.44

Lophostemon suaveolens open forest to woodland on alluvial plains

7.3.46

Complex semi-evergreen notophyll vine forest of uplands on basalt

7.8.3

Corymbia clarksoniana open forest to woodland on basalt

7.8.19

sch 1 sub 2013 SL No. 256 s 7

amd 2018 SL No. 23 s 3

Schedule 2 Of concern regional ecosystems

section 8(2) and (6)

Part 1 Brigalow Belt Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Sedgelands on marine clay plains

11.1.3

Corymbia tessellaris woodland on flat coastal dunes

11.2.1

Complex of Spinifex sericeus, Ipomoea pes-caprae and Casuarina equisetifolia grassland and herbland on fore dunes

11.2.2

Microphyll vine forest (“beach scrub”) on sandy beach ridges and dune swales

11.2.3

Lagoons in coastal dune swales

11.2.4

Eucalyptus populnea woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.2

Eucalyptus coolabah woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.3

Eucalyptus tereticornis and/or Eucalyptus spp. woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.4

Grevillea striata on coastal alluvial plains

11.3.13

Eucalyptus coolabah, Acacia stenophylla, Muehlenbeckia florulenta fringing woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.15

Eucalyptus populnea woodland with Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata on alluvial plains

11.3.17

Springs associated with recent alluvia, but also including those on fine-grained sedimentary rocks, basalt, ancient alluvia and metamorphic rocks

11.3.22

Eucalyptus conica, E. nobilis, E. tereticornis, Angophora floribunda on alluvial plains. Basalt derived soils

11.3.23

Eucalyptus coolabah ± Casuarina cristata open woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.28

Eremophila mitchellii open woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.33

Acacia tephrina woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.34

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. populnea and/or E. melanophloia on alluvial plains. Higher terraces

11.3.36

Semi-deciduous notophyll to mesophyll vine forest, fringing or in the vicinity of watercourses, on lowlands (subregion 1)

11.3.40

Eucalyptus spp. and/or Corymbia spp. grassy or shrubby woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.2

Acacia argyrodendron woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.5

Dichanthium sericeum, Astrebla spp. and patchy Acacia harpophylla and Eucalyptus coolabah on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.11

Triodia spp. grassland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.6

Melaleuca tamariscina shrubland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.10

Acacia leptostachya shrubland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.11

Eucalyptus populnea ± Acacia aneura ± E. melanophloia woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.13

Triodia sp. grassland with emergent trees on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces. Highly alkaline soils

11.5.14

Micromyrtus capricornia shrubland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.18

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.3

Shrubland (heath) on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.7

Callitris spp. ± vine thicket on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.9

Themeda triandra grassland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.10

Dichanthium sericeum grassland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.11

Eucalyptus microcarpa, E. exserta woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.12

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia dallachiana woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.14

Semi-evergreen vine thicket or Acacia harpophylla with a semi-evergreen vine thicket understorey on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.4

Eucalyptus populnea, Eremophila mitchellii shrubby woodland on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.7

Eucalyptus populnea and/or Acacia harpophylla open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.10

Acacia harpophylla shrubland on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.11

Eucalyptus moluccana or E. microcarpa open forest on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.13

Lysiphyllum carronii, Atalaya hemiglauca ± Eucalyptus melanophloia ± Acacia excelsa open woodland

11.9.14

Tall open forest in sheltered gorges on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.2

Semi-evergreen vine thicket in sheltered habitats on medium to coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.8

Springs associated with sandstone

11.10.14

Eucalyptus melanophloia woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.10

Eucalyptus orgadophila woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.11

Acacia harpophylla or A. argyrodendron and/or Terminalia oblongata low open forest on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.13

Eucalyptus cambageana, Acacia harpophylla woodland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding. Lowlands

11.11.16

Dichanthium sericeum grassland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.17

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on serpentinite

11.11.21

Corymbia spp., Lysicarpus angustifolius, Eucalyptus crebra, E. cloeziana woodland on igneous rocks (granite)

11.12.5

Eucalyptus shirleyi woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.8

Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.10

Melaleuca spp. woodland on igneous rocks. Lowlands

11.12.11

Araucaria cunninghamii woodland on igneous rocks. Coastal hills

11.12.12

Lophostemon spp. woodland on igneous rocks. Coastal hills

11.12.14

Allocasuarina torulosa, Livistona decora woodland on igneous rocks. Coastal hills

11.12.15

Mixed low woodland to shrubland on igneous rocks. Coastal hills

11.12.16

Montane shrubland on igneous rocks

11.12.18

Eucalyptus exserta, E. moluccana, E. crebra, Corymbia citriodora woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.19

Corymbia spp., Eucalyptus baileyana, E. dura, E. exserta woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.20

Part 2 Cape York Peninsula Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Excoecaria agallocha ± Aegiceras corniculatum closed scrub on upper tidal reaches of rivers

3.1.4

Schoenoplectus spp. sedgelands in depressions on tidal flats

3.1.7

Evergreen notophyll vine forest in coastal dunefield systems

3.2.1

Melaleuca dealbata ± Acacia crassicarpa open forest in dune swales on the west coast

3.2.3

Melaleuca leucadendra ± M. dealbata open forest in dune swales and swampy areas

3.2.4

Casuarina equisetifolia woodland to open forest on foredunes on mainland and islands

3.2.6

Corymbia nesophila ± C. novoguinensis ± Eucalyptus spp. woodland on old stabilised dunes

3.2.8

Eucalyptus phoenicea ± Corymbia nesophila woodland on dunefields around Cape Bedford

3.2.9

Semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest on beach ridges on the east coast

3.2.13

Melaleuca arcana low open forest associated with dune swamps

3.2.14

Melaleuca viridiflora and Neofabricia myrtifolia woodland on beach ridges

3.2.15

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Terminalia muelleri low woodland on old beach ridges

3.2.16

Melaleuca arcana and Thryptomene oligandra open heath in swampy areas on sand plains

3.2.20

Acacia humifusa ± Lithomyrtus obtusa dwarf open heath on dunes and headlands

3.2.22

Neofabricia myrtifolia and Labichea buettneriana dwarf open heath on sand plains

3.2.23

Open herbland of mixed graminoids and forbs on exposed foredunes

3.2.24

Ephemeral and perennial lakes in coastal dunefields

3.2.27

Semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest on beach ridges on coral atolls, shingle cays and sand cays

3.2.28

Pisonia grandis low closed forest restricted to a few scattered sand cays

3.2.29

Pemphis acidula ± Rhizophora stylosa ± Avicennia marina low closed forest on coral atolls, shingle cays and sand cays

3.2.30

Premna serratifolia closed scrub on coral atolls, shingle cays and sand cays

3.2.31

Lepturus repens closed herbland on sand cays

3.2.32

Gahnia sieberiana open to closed heath in drainage swamps in east coast dunefields

3.2.33

Evergreen mesophyll and/or notophyll vine forest with Archontophoenix spp. on stream banks

3.3.4

Evergreen notophyll vine forest with Melaleuca leucadendra on swamps

3.3.6

Melaleuca leucadendra ± Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest on alluvium

3.3.11

Melaleuca quinquenervia open forest associated with scattered coastal swamps

3.3.12

Melaleuca saligna ± Hakea pedunculata open forest on edges of salt pans

3.3.13

Eucalyptus brassiana woodland on alluvial plains

3.3.15

Corypha utan open woodland on alluvial plains and old beach ridges in Lakefield National Park

3.3.34

Semi-deciduous microphyll vine forest ± Melaleuca spp., associated with sinkholes

3.3.39

Terminalia sp. deciduous vine thicket in depressions in Lakefield area

3.3.40

Vachellia ditricha low open woodland on erosional plains

3.3.44

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Melaleuca viridiflora low open woodland on Mitchell River floodplain

3.3.45

Eucalyptus microtheca ± E. chlorophylla low open woodland on Mitchell River alluvia

3.3.46

Melaleuca acacioides ± Hakea pedunculata tall shrubland on marine plains

3.3.51

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed-tussock grassland on coastal plains

3.3.57

Grassland and/or sedgeland with Pandanus spp., confined to Torres Strait Islands

3.3.62

Melaleuca arcana low open forest in swamps

3.3.67

Semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest and thicket on alluvial plains

3.3.68

Melaleuca dealbata ± Corymbia clarksoniana tall open forest on alluvial plains

3.3.69

Lophostemon suaveolens ± Melaleuca cajuputi subsp. platyphylla ± Pandanus sp. ± Livistona muelleri woodland and open forest on the alluvial plains of the northern Torres Strait Islands

3.3.70

Semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest restricted to lateritic Carnegie Tableland

3.5.3

Melaleuca viridiflora and Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa low woodland on colluvial plains

3.5.15

Simple evergreen notophyll vine forest with Eucalyptus pellita on sandstone plateaus

3.5.20

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris open forest on coastal ranges and lowlands

3.5.21

Eucalyptus leptophleba woodland on plains

3.5.25

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to open forest on flat wet plains

3.5.26

Melaleuca citrolens ± M. foliolosa ± M. viridiflora low open woodland on plains

3.5.27

Themeda triandra and Heteropogon contortus closed tussock grasslands on erosional plains

3.5.29

Asteromyrtus brassii ± Syzygium angophoroides ± Acmena hemilampra subsp. hemilampra open forest. Residual sand rises and sheets

3.5.32

Corymbia nesophila open forest on sand rises in the Torres Strait Islands

3.5.34

Asteromyrtus brassii ± Melaleuca saligna tall shrubland on residual sand plains

3.5.43

Semi-deciduous notophyll and/or microphyll vine thicket on isolated lateritic hill slopes

3.7.1

Acacia shirleyi open forest on lateritic knolls

3.7.2

Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis and Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland on ironstone knolls and erosional surfaces

3.7.5

Semi-deciduous notophyll and/or microphyll vine forest on basalt

3.8.2

Eucalyptus leptophleba or Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris woodland on basalt flows

3.8.3

Imperata cylindrica or Mnesithea rottboellioides tussock grasslands on basalt cones and rises

3.8.4

Semi-deciduous and deciduous notophyll vine forest on the Basaltic Islands of the Torres Strait

3.8.5

Terminalia aridicola subsp. chillagoensis and T. platyphylla open woodland on clay soils

3.9.6

Heteropogon triticeus, Themeda arguens and Sarga plumosum closed-tussock grassland on clay plains

3.9.8

Seepage springs from sandstone or Tertiary plateaus and associated rainforests and vine thickets

3.10.1

Deciduous notophyll and/or microphyll vine thicket or forest ± Gyrocarpus americanus or Eucalyptus pellita emergents on sandstone hills and slopes

3.10.5

Allocasuarina littoralis ± Acacia crassicarpa low woodland on sandstone plateaus

3.10.14

Sedgelands, fernlands and closed heathlands associated with springs on sandstone tablelands

3.10.20

Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on metamorphic ranges in the south

3.11.2

Corymbia nesophila ± Eucalyptus spp. open forest on wetter ranges in south-east

3.11.4

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris open forest on metamorphic coastal ranges

3.11.5

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± E. leptophleba ± Corymbia nesophila open forest to woodland on hill slopes

3.11.6

Themeda triandra tall grassland or Asteromyrtus lysicephala, Neofabricia myrtifolia, Grevillea pteridifolia dwarf open heathlands on headlands and islands

3.11.19

Deciduous vine thicket on karst outcrops

3.11.20

Deciduous vine thicket on metamorphic slopes

3.11.21

Araucarian notophyll vine forest on granitic ridges and mountains

3.12.2

Notophyll vine forest of Welchiodendron longivalve and Acacia polystachya on low hills and rises on volcanics

3.12.4

Simple evergreen notophyll vine forest ± Wodyetia bifurcata on colluvium of granite ranges

3.12.6

Corymbia tessellaris ± Welchiodendron longivalve ± Eucalyptus cullenii open forest on footslopes of granite hills

3.12.9

Evergreen notophyll vine forest dominated by Welchiodendron longivalve on headlands

3.12.20

Deciduous vine thicket ± Wodyetia bifurcata on granite boulders

3.12.22

Acacia brassii low open forest on acid volcanics

3.12.23

Leptospermum purpurascens tall shrubland on acid volcanic hills

3.12.28

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed-tussock grassland on steep slopes

3.12.30

Schizachyrium spp. ± Eriachne spp. tussock grassland on rocky ranges and rock pavements

3.12.32

Granite boulders interspersed with vine thicket

3.12.33

Rock pavements associated with mountains and river beds and some offshore islands

3.12.34

Semi-deciduous mesophyll and/or notophyll vine forest on granite slopes of the Torres Strait subregion

3.12.35

Evergreen to complex evergreen mesophyll to notophyll vine forest and thicket on mountain ranges of Torres Strait Islands

3.12.36

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± Corymbia stockerii ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to open woodland on coastal hills

3.12.37

Corymbia clarksoniana ± Corymbia stockerii ± Corymbia nesophila low mixed woodland of Torres Strait Islands

3.12.38

Eucalyptus crebra ± Corymbia hylandii low woodland to low open forest on skeletal soils in gullies and on foothills of granite hills

3.12.39

Welchiodendron longivalve, Acacia brassii low woodland on igneous hills

3.12.43

Melaleuca citrolens low open woodland on low granite hills and rolling rises

3.12.44

Melaleuca stenostachya shrubland on exposed igneous headlands and hills

3.12.46

Heteropogon triticeus or Themeda triandra or Schizachyrium fragile tussock grassland on rocky igneous coastal headlands and islands

3.12.48

Part 3 Central Queensland Coast Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Sporobolus virginicus tussock grassland on marine sediments

8.1.3

Schoenoplectus subulatus and/or Eleocharis dulcis sedgeland or Paspalum vaginatum tussock grassland

8.1.4

Melaleuca spp. and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis and/or Corymbia tessellaris woodland with a ground stratum of salt tolerant grasses and sedges, usually in a narrow zone adjoining tidal ecosystems

8.1.5

Casuarina equisetifolia woodland and/or sparse herbland to open scrub on foredunes and beaches

8.2.1

Semi-evergreen microphyll vine thicket to vine forest on coastal dunes

8.2.2

Allocasuarina littoralis and/or Leptospermum neglectum and/or Leptospermum polygalifolium and/or Baeckea frutescens shrubland on coastal sand ridges, parabolic dunes and whaleback dunes

8.2.3

Sedgeland, closed heath or Melaleuca spp. open shrubland to open forest on swampy sand plains with peat

8.2.4

Evergreen notophyll Archontophoenix cunninghamiana vine forest in deep depressions and narrow gullies on coastal parabolic dunes

8.2.5

Corymbia tessellaris ± Acacia leptocarpa ± Allocasuarina littoralis ± Banksia integrifolia ± rainforest species open forest on coastal parallel dunes

8.2.6

Melaleuca spp. and/or Lophostemon suaveolens and/or Eucalyptus robusta open forest in wetlands associated with parabolic dunes

8.2.7

Tussock grassland on coastal dunes

8.2.9

Sand blows with bare sand and areas of sparse herbland or shrubland

8.2.10

Melaleuca spp. closed forest in parallel dune swales

8.2.11

Corymbia intermedia and/or Eucalyptus latisinensis and/or Acacia spp. and/or other heath spp. shrublands and woodlands on parallel dunes (subregions 4 and 5)

8.2.12

Banksia integrifolia and/or Corymbia tessellaris and/or Acacia disparrima ± rainforest spp. tall shrubland on Holocene parabolic dunes

8.2.14

Semi-deciduous to evergreen notophyll to mesophyll vine forest ± sclerophyll emergents fringing or in the vicinity of watercourses

8.3.1

Eucalyptus platyphylla and/or Lophostemon suaveolens and/or Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial plains

8.3.5

Eucalyptus tereticornis and/or Corymbia intermedia (or C. clarksoniana) and/or C. tessellaris ± Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on alluvial levees and lower terraces

8.3.6

Syncarpia glomulifera and/or Eucalyptus portuensis and/or Corymbia intermedia open forest on sandy terrace flats and granite outwash

8.3.8

Semi-deciduous complex notophyll vine forest on perched alluvials in valleys of undulating mountain ranges

8.3.9

Semi-evergreen to evergreen notophyll vine forest on gently to moderately sloping alluvial fans adjacent to ranges

8.3.10

Eucalyptus tereticornis and/or Corymbia tessellaris and/or Melaleuca spp. woodland on alluvial and marine plains, often adjacent to estuarine areas

8.3.13

Ischaemum australe and/or Imperata cylindrica and/or Sorghum nitidum forma aristatum tussock grassland on drainage channels in gently undulating upland areas

8.3.14

Open water in river channels, waterholes and lagoons, and exposed stream beds and bars

8.3.15

Eucalyptus drepanophylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± E. platyphylla ± C. dallachiana ± Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on broad low rises and gently sloping Tertiary sand plains

8.5.3

Eucalyptus exserta and/or Corymbia clarksoniana and/or E. crebra and/or Melaleuca spp. woodland on Tertiary sand plains

8.5.5

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Allocasuarina littoralis woodland on Tertiary sand plains

8.5.6

Melaleuca viridiflora and/or Eucalyptus latisinensis ± Syncarpia glomulifera woodland on Cainozoic sand plains of uncertain age and origin

8.5.7

Evergreen notophyll to complex notophyll vine forest of uplands and highlands on basalt

8.8.1

Eucalyptus latisinensis and/or Corymbia intermedia ± Syncarpia glomulifera woodland on low rises in coastal plains

8.9.1

Acacia julifera and/or Eucalyptus spp. ± Corymbia spp. open forest and/or semi-evergreen, simple microphyll low closed forest and/or Heteropogon contortus tussock grassland on slopes of islands on Cretaceous sedimentary rocks

8.10.1

Eucalyptus drepanophylla ± E. platyphylla woodland on hills formed from metamorphosed sediments

8.11.1

Semi-evergreen notophyll to microphyll vine forest of foothills and uplands on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.2

Corymbia tessellaris and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. drepanophylla open forest on low hills formed from metamorphosed sediments or conglomerate (subregion 2)

8.11.5

Eucalyptus latisinensis and/or E. crebra and/or E. exserta ± Corymbia intermedia ± C. trachyphloia open forest on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.6

Lophostemon confertus and/or Banksia integrifolia and/or Allocasuarina littoralis and/or Xanthorrhoea latifolia shrubland on exposed metamorphic mountain tops

8.11.7

Themeda trianda and/or Heteropogon contortus tussock grassland, or Xanthorrhoea latifolia shrubland with Themeda trianda, on exposed rocky headlands on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.9

Lophostemon spp. and/or Acacia spp. and/or Melaleuca viridiflora and/or Allocasuarina littoralis ± Eucalyptus spp. ± Corymbia spp. tall open shrubland on exposed hill slopes of islands and headlands on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.10

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. drepanophylla and/or E. exserta and/or Corymbia clarksoniana and/or C. xanthope and/or Lophostemon confertus low woodland on metamorphics on islands and headlands

8.11.12

Eucalyptus grandis open forest of wet uplands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks (predominantly granite)

8.12.4

Eucalyptus montivaga open forest on plateaus and ridges of high ranges on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.8

Leptospermum spp. and/or Acacia spp. and/or Lophostemon confertus and/or Allocasuarina littoralis and/or Banksia integrifolia shrubland on plateaus of Cretaceous-Tertiary acid to intermediate volcanics and Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.10

Tussock grassland, or Xanthorrhoea latifolia shrubland, including areas recently colonised by Timonius timon shrubland, on slopes of islands and headlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks and Tertiary acid to intermediate volcanics

8.12.13

Deciduous to semi-evergreen microphyll vine thicket ± Brachychiton spp. ± Araucaria cunninghamii emergents of foothills and uplands (western areas) on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.16

Evergreen microphyll to notophyll mossy forest to thicket of ridges and plateaus on highlands to foothills on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.17

Eucalyptus moluccana woodland on elevated tablelands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.23

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. tereticornis x E. platyphylla woodland on hillslopes of islands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.25

Corymbia tessellaris and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest on hill slopes of islands and near coastal areas on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks and Tertiary acid to intermediate volcanics

8.12.26

Semi-evergreen microphyll Acacia fasciculifera, Terminalia spp., Brachychiton spp. vine forest to vine thicket of near-coastal foothills on volcanics (subregion 1)

8.12.28

Allocasuarina littoralis and/or Lophostemon confertus and/or Acacia spp. and/or Grevillea banksii open shrubland on islands and headlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous and Tertiary acid to intermediate rocks

8.12.29

Evergreen notophyll Ristantia waterhousei mossy forest of uplands on rhyolite

8.12.30

Part 4 Channel Country Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Springs on recent alluvia and fine-grained sedimentary rocks

5.3.23

Acacia peuce low open woodland between dunes

5.7.8

Part 5 Desert Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus cambageana open woodland on broad stream beds

10.3.5

Acacia excelsa and Grevillea striata low open woodland on lake-fringing dunes

10.3.17

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland on older lake-fringing dunes

10.3.20

Acacia salicina and Grevillea striata low open woodland on sandy alluvial plains

10.3.21

Lysiphyllum carronii low open woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.26

Acacia torulosa shrubland or Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on weathered lake dunes

10.3.29

Casuarina cristata woodland on floodplains

10.3.30

Artesian springs emerging on alluvial plains

10.3.31

Acacia harpophylla low woodland on Cainozoic lake beds (subregion 3)

10.4.2

Acacia cambagei woodland on Cainozoic lake beds (subregion 3)

10.4.4

Terminalia oblongata and Lysiphyllum carronii low open woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.6

Casuarina cristata open woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.7

Corymbia spp. open woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.9

Eucalyptus quadricostata open woodland on sandy plateaus

10.5.9

Acacia aneura low open woodland near the margins of sandy plateaus

10.7.6

Eucalyptus exilipes with or without Corymbia leichhardtii open woodland on the perimeter of sandy plateaus

10.7.9

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland or Lysiphyllum carronii low open woodland on calcareous sandstones

10.9.5

Melaleuca uncinata dwarf open shrubland on Cretaceous sediments

10.9.7

Archidendropsis basaltica low open woodland on Cretaceous sediments

10.9.8

Eucalyptus drepanophylla open woodland on sandstone ranges

10.10.3

Springs associated with margins of sandstone plateaus

10.10.6

Eucalyptus cloeziana open woodland on sandstone ranges

10.10.7

Part 6 Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Permanent or seasonal wetlands frequently fringed by narrow bands of trees and shrubs including Eucalyptus spp. on alluvial plains

9.3.4

Acacia cambagei ± A. harpophylla woodland on cracking clay soils

9.3.9

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± Terminalia spp. woodland on alluvial plains

9.3.21

Acacia tephrina open forest on alluvial clay plains

9.3.23

Eucalyptus cambageana woodland with a shrub layer of Erempohila mitchellii, Psydrax oleifolia, Flindersia maculosa and Lysiphyllum spp. on clay lenses in Cainozoic plains

9.4.1

Eucalyptus persistens or E. brownii open woodland with a shrub layer of Eremophila mitchellii, Psydrax oleifolia, Flindersia maculosa and Lysiphyllum spp. on clay lenses in Cainozoic plains

9.4.2

Acacia harpophylla and Lysiphyllum carronii open woodland on Cainozoic clays

9.4.3

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on red kandosols on Tertiary plateaus

9.5.2

Melaleuca viridiflora and/or M. stenostachya low open woodland on erosional plains

9.5.14

Melaleuca viridiflora, Grevillea pteridifolia, Allocasuarina littoralis and Callitris intratropica mixed low woodland on Tertiary remnants

9.5.17

Allocasuarina inophloia ± Eucalyptus exserta low open woodland on exposed lateritic surfaces on Tertiary plateaus

9.7.4

Eucalyptus chartaboma ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± Acacia shirleyi woodland on lateritised remnant sand sheets

9.7.6

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on Quaternary basalt soils

9.8.3

Springs associated with basalt and alluvium

9.8.8

Eucalyptus tereticornis and Lophostemon suaveolens woodland ± a shrubby understorey on rocky basalt flows

9.8.10

Excoecaria parvifolia low open woodland on cracking clays on rocky basalt plains

9.8.12

Springs and their associated vegetation on quartzose sandstone, limestone, metamorphic rock and granite

9.10.2

Corymbia trachyphloia and/or Eucalyptus exilipes woodland on remnant sandstone sheets overlying mountain ranges

9.10.4

Eucalyptus similis ± Corymbia erythrophloia open forest on remnant sandstone sheets overlying mountain ranges

9.10.5

Corymbia spp. and Eucalyptus spp. woodland on sandstones of Ngarrabullan

9.10.7

Eucalyptus mediocris and E. cloeziana woodland on sandstones of Ngarrabullan

9.10.8

Acacia johannis low woodland on sandstones of Ngarrabullan

9.10.9

Semi-deciduous vine thicket on metamorphic soils (not limestone)

9.11.9

Eucalyptus cambageana ± E. crebra ± E. brownii woodland on low metamorphic rises

9.11.19

Corymbia setosa ± Eucalyptus crebra low open woodland on metamorphic hills

9.11.21

Eucalyptus melanophloia ± Corymbia erythrophloia ± Terminalia platyptera low woodland on metamorphic hills

9.11.22

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia leichhardtii and C. lamprophylla woodland on steep to rugged metamorphic hills

9.11.29

Eucalyptus leptophleba and/or Corymbia terminalis ± C. dallachiana woodland on aprons surrounding limestone outcrops

9.11.32

Macropteranthes montana low open forest on igneous geologies

9.12.9

Corymbia confertiflora and Eucalyptus crebra ± C. clarksoniana open woodland on rolling igneous hills

9.12.10

Eucalyptus crebra and Corymbia dallachiana ± C. erythrophloia open woodland on pre-Cainozoic basalt loams and flats to undulating plains

9.12.16

Eucalyptus crebra or E. drepanophylla and Corymbia spp. open woodland on flat to undulating country on igneous rocks

9.12.21

Eucalyptus exserta and Lysicarpus angustifolius low open woodland with Triodia bitextura ground layer on sandy soils on igneous rocks

9.12.25

Eucalyptus moluccana ± E. crebra and/or E. granitica woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.26

Eucalyptus similis and E. shirleyi ± E. crebra low open woodland on low granite hills with rocky outcrops

9.12.29

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. granitica ± Corymbia intermedia low open woodland on igneous uplands

9.12.39

Schizachyrium fragile and Dichanthium sericeum grassland on undulating hills on pre-Cainozoic mafic igneous rocks

9.12.42

Granite and rhyolite boulders and pavements edged with patches of Callitris intratropica ± vine thicket species

9.12.43

Part 7 Gulf Plains Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Tidal lagoons on coastal mud flats

2.1.5

Beaches and foredunes

2.2.1

Chrysopogon elongatus, Eriachne spp., Perotis rara and Aristida holathera in mixed tussock grasslands on coastal dunes

2.2.4

Melaleuca dealbata woodland in swales associated with coastal dunes

2.2.5

Mixed sedgelands or tussock grasslands in closed depressions in the swales of coastal dunes

2.2.6

Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on plains of calcareous clays

2.3.5

Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Terminalia platyphylla, Corymbia bella and E. microtheca in mixed woodlands fringing minor watercourses in Cretaceous mudstone landscapes

2.3.6

Acacia stenophylla low woodland in seasonal swamps on grey clay plains

2.3.13

Muehlenbeckia florulenta shrubland in channelled depressions in floodplains

2.3.14

Eucalyptus microtheca woodland to low open woodland with Sarga spp. in seasonally flooded depressions on gleyed podsolics

2.3.15

Eucalyptus tectifica woodland with Eulalia aurea on plains on solodised solonetz

2.3.19

Eucalyptus leucophylla and Corymbia terminalis woodland in depressions on podsolic soils

2.3.27

Eucalyptus platyphylla and Eucalyptus brownii woodland in shallow depressions on plateaus, on podsolics and earths

2.3.37

Seasonal swamps. Mixed grassland and sedgelands in closed depressions with Eucalyptus camaldulensis fringes on plateau surfaces

2.3.38

Springs on recent alluvium

2.3.39

Sporobolus mitchellii ± Cyperus bifax, Astrebla elymoides, Chenopodium auricomum tussock grassland on seasonally inundated alluvial plains and drainage depressions

2.3.43

Vachellia ditricha low open woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of the Mitchell River delta

2.3.47

Shallow, seasonal hypersaline lakes with a fringe of Eucalyptus camaldulensis on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.3.48

Seasonal swamps. Mixed herblands and/or low shrublands with a fringe of Eucalyptus microtheca in closed depressions on silty, active Quaternary alluvial plains in the west of the bioregion

2.3.49

Evergreen notophyll vine forest on fringes and levees of major watercourses

2.3.53

Panicum trachyrhachis closed tussock grassland in shallow depressions on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.57

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Corymbia polycarpa, Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on abandoned stream channels and upper drainage areas in lateritic landscapes

2.3.62

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland on infrequently flooded Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.64

Neofabricia mjoebergii ± Melaleuca spp., Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa low open woodland on abandoned levees on Quaternary deposits (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.65

Dinebra neesii, Panicum trachyrhachis, Dichanthium sericeum and Oryza spp. in mixed tussock grasslands in shallow depressions on Tertiary clay plains

2.3.67

Eucalyptus platyphylla, E. brassiana, Corymbia polycarpa and E. leptophleba in mixed open forests on active Quaternary alluvial plains in sandstone landscapes in the north-east

2.3.68

Atalaya hemiglauca and Ventilago viminalis low open woodland on plains on red and brown earths

2.5.2

Callitris glaucophylla woodland on plains on deep sandy soils

2.5.4

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on sandy, Tertiary remnants overlying lateritised Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.21

Acacia torulosa, Corymbia setosa and A. platycarpa in mixed tall shrublands on degraded residuals of inland sand dunes

2.5.27

Acacia shirleyi ± Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia spp. woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.29

Corymbia polycarpa and/or C. bella ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, C. curtipes woodland on abandoned levees on Tertiary clay plains

2.5.40

Eucalyptus cullenii ± Corymbia confertiflora, E. chlorophylla, Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on Tertiary sand sheets overlying Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.41

Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia citriodora and E. acmenoides open forest on high plateaus on earths and sands

2.10.3

Melaleuca spp. low open woodland on ledges on skeletal soils

2.10.6

Springs associated with quartzose sandstone or lateritised sandstone gullies and gorges

2.10.8

Eucalypt woodland and deciduous woodland on hills on granitic rocks

2.12.1

Part 8 Mitchell Grass Downs Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eragrostis setifolia and Marsilea drummondii ± Chenopodium auricomum open grassland in drainage depressions

4.3.13

Acacia peuce low open woodland on alluvium

4.3.21

Springs on recent alluvia and fine-grained sedimentary rock

4.3.22

Archidendropsis basaltica, Acacia aneura low open woodland

4.7.3

Acacia harpophylla tall shrubland with scattered emergent Atalaya hemiglauca ± Eucalyptus spp. on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.15

Acacia harpophylla ± A. cambagei low woodland on undulating clay plains

4.9.17

Part 9 Mulga Lands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus populnea, Casuarina cristata or Acacia harpophylla ± Geijera parviflora woodland on clay plains

6.4.3

Eucalyptus populnea, Acacia aneura and/or E. melanophloia woodland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.2

Eucalyptus populnea, Acacia aneura ± Eremophila mitchellii woodland within A. aneura communities

6.5.3

Eucalyptus populnea ± E. intertexta ± Acacia aneura ± Callitris glaucophylla woodland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.5

Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia ± Callitris glaucophylla ± Acacia aneura woodland on sand plains

6.5.17

Springs associated with lateritised sandstone

6.7.18

Scattered Acacia aneura around granite boulders

6.12.1

Part 10 New England Tableland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus blakelyi woodland on alluvial plains

13.3.1

Eucalyptus nova-anglica open forest on alluvial plains

13.3.2

Eucalyptus camaldulensis fringing open forest

13.3.5

Sedgelands on alluvial deposits in igneous landscapes

13.3.6

Eucalyptus youmanii, E. dealbata, E. caleyi, Callitris endlicheri woodland on metamorphics

13.11.1

Eucalyptus laevopinea open forest on metamorphics

13.11.2

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on metamorphics

13.11.3

Eucalyptus sideroxylon, E. fibrosa subsp. nubila open forest on metamorphics

13.11.5

Low microphyll vine forest on metamorphics

13.11.7

Eucalyptus melliodora and/or Eucalyptus microcarpa/ E. moluccana woodland on metamorphics

13.11.8

Eucalyptus prava, Acacia blakei, A. neriifolia open woodland to shrubland on rock pavements on metamorphics

13.11.9

Eucalyptus scoparia woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.3

Eucalyptus caliginosa, E. tereticornis open forest on igneous rocks

13.12.4

Shrubland on igneous rocks

13.12.6

Semi-evergreen vine thicket, Angophora floribunda woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.11

Part 11 Northwest Highlands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Perennial watercourses and associated alluvium

1.3.9

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Terminalia bursarina open woodland on recent levees

1.3.12

Mixed shrubland on older sandy alluvium

1.5.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Corymbia capricornia low open woodland on red sands around low metamorphic hills

1.5.18

Mixed forbland with Acacia stipuligera on linear sand dunes and associated sandplains

1.6.1

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Triodia brizoides and/or T. molesta hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.4

Spring wetlands on undeformed fine-grained sedimentary rock

1.9.8

Acacia cambagei low woodland on clays developed on Cambrian limestones

1.9.9

Sink holes with low open forest of Celtis strychnoides and Ficus spp.

1.9.10

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on Cambrian limestones

1.9.12

Eucalyptus miniata woodland on sandstone plateaus

1.10.2

Springs mostly associated with quartzose sandstone and fine-grained sedimentary rocks (limestone)

1.10.6

Acacia spp. and/or Calytrix exstipulata open shrubland on rock pavement

1.10.9

Springs associated with metamorphic rocks

1.11.5

Acacia cambagei low woodland on metamorphic hills

1.11.7

Eucalyptus odontocarpa open shrubland on siliceous metamorphics

1.11.9

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Acacia cambagei on clay soils derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.14

Acacia cambagei woodland on igneous hills

1.12.4

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5

Hummock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.6

Part 12 South East Queensland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Casuarina glauca woodland on margins of marine clay plains

12.1.1

Notophyll vine forest on parabolic high dunes

12.2.1

Microphyll to notophyll vine forest on beach ridges

12.2.2

Araucarian vine forest on parabolic high dunes

12.2.3

Syncarpia hillii, Lophostemon confertus tall open to closed forest on parabolic high dunes

12.2.4

Mallee Eucalyptus planchoniana ± Corymbia gummifera, E. racemosa subsp. racemosa, Banksia aemula woodland on dunes and sand plains, especially southern sand mass islands. Usually deeply leached soils

12.2.10

Closed heath on seasonally waterlogged sand plains

12.2.12

Open or dry heath on dunes and beaches

12.2.13

Sand blows largely devoid of vegetation

12.2.16

Mixed closed-tussock grassland to closed herbland on coral, shingle and sand cays

12.2.17

Abutilon albescens ± Wollastonia biflora low shrubland, restricted to coral, shingle and sand cays

12.2.18

Argusia argentea low woodland, restricted to coral, shingle and sand cays

12.2.19

Pandanus tectorius open woodland ± Celtis paniculata and Pisonia grandis, restricted to established cays

12.2.20

Pisonia grandis low closed forest, restricted to established cays

12.2.21

Eucalyptus grandis tall open forest on alluvial plains

12.3.2

Melaleuca quinquenervia, Eucalyptus robusta woodland on coastal alluvium

12.3.4

Swamps with Cyperus spp., Schoenoplectus spp. and Eleocharis spp.

12.3.8

Eucalyptus nobilis open forest on alluvial plains

12.3.9

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± Eucalyptus siderophloia, Corymbia intermedia open forest on alluvial plains, usually near coast

12.3.11

Banksia aemula low woodland on alluvial plains, usually near coast

12.3.14

Corymbia intermedia, Syncarpia glomulifera open forest on granite outwash

12.3.15

Simple notophyll fringing forest usually dominated by Waterhousea floribunda

12.3.17

Eucalyptus portuensis, Corymbia intermedia open forest on remnant Tertiary surfaces, usually deep red soils

12.5.5

Eucalyptus hallii open woodland on complex of remnant Tertiary surface and Tertiary sedimentary rocks

12.5.8

Sedgeland to heathland in low lying areas on complex of remnant Tertiary surface and Tertiary sedimentary rocks

12.5.9

Eucalyptus racemosa, E. latisinensis ± Corymbia gummifera, C. intermedia, E. bancroftii woodland with heathy understorey on remnant Tertiary surfaces

12.5.12

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa and/or Corymbia trachyphloia woodland on jump-ups

12.7.1

Eucalyptus rhombica, Corymbia trachyphloia woodland on jump-ups

12.7.2

Eucalyptus oreades tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.2

Simple microphyll fern forest with Nothofagus moorei on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.6

Simple microphyll fern thicket with Acmena smithii on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.7

Eucalyptus saligna or E. grandis tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.8

Eucalyptus laevopinea tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.10

Eucalyptus dunnii tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.11

Eucalyptus obliqua tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.12

Araucarian complex microphyll vine forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.13

Poa labillardieri var. labillardierei grassland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.15

Eucalyptus crebra ± E. melliodora, E. tereticornis woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.16

Simple notophyll vine forest with Ceratopetalum apetalum on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.18

Heath and rock pavement with scattered shrubs or open woodland on Cainozoic igneous hills and mountains

12.8.19

Shrubby woodland with Eucalyptus racemosa or E. dura on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.20

Open forest with Eucalyptus acmenoides or E. helidonica on Cainozoic igneous rocks especially trachyte

12.8.25

Corymbia trachyphloia and Eucalyptus major woodland on igneous rocks

12.8.26

Tall open forest often with Eucalyptus resinifera, E. grandis, E. robusta and Corymbia intermedia on sedimentary rocks. Coastal

12.9–10.1

Eucalyptus moluccana open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.3

Eucalyptus crebra ± E. tereticornis, Corymbia tessellaris, Angophora spp. and E. melanophloia woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.7

Shrubland and low woodland on sandstone lithosols

12.9–10.9

Melaleuca nodosa low open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.10

Eucalyptus corynodes woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.13

Araucarian microphyll to notophyll vine forest on Cainozoic and Mesozoic sediments

12.9–10.16

Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus crebra woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.18

Eucalyptus montivaga woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.20

Closed sedgeland and/or shrubland on sedimentary rocks. Coastal parts

12.9–10.22

Eucalyptus melanoleuca open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.23

Eucalyptus suffulgens open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.24

Eucalyptus decorticans ± Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. trachyphloia woodland on quartzose sandstone

12.9–10.25

Eucalyptus baileyana and/or E. planchoniana and/or E. psammitica woodland to open forest on quartzose sandstone

12.9–10.26

Eucalyptus cloeziana ± E. propinqua, E. acmenoides, E. microcorys and E. grandis tall open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.29

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.4

Eucalyptus melanophloia, E. crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.8

Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics, usually higher altitudes

12.11.9

Araucarian complex microphyll vine forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics, usually in northern half of bioregion

12.11.12

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics, usually in northern half of bioregion

12.11.13

Eucalyptus crebra, E. tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.14

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia open woodland with Xanthorrhoea johnsonii understorey on serpentinite

12.11.15

Eucalyptus acmenoides or E. portuensis open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.17

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.19

Corymbia intermedia and Lophostemon suaveolens woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.20

Allocasuarina luehmannii and Melaleuca nervosa woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.21

Corymbia henryi and/or Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa ± E. crebra, E. carnea, E. tindaliae woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.25

Eucalyptus baileyana and/or E. planchoniana woodland to open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.26

Eucalyptus helidonica, Angophora woodsiana, Corymbia gummifera woodland with a heathy shrub layer dominated by Leptospermum polygalifolium, Xanthorrhoea johnsonii and Banksia spinulosa var. collina on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.28

Simple notophyll vine forest usually with abundant Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (gully vine forest) on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.1

Eucalyptus montivaga open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.6

Eucalyptus melanophloia woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.8

Eucalyptus dura woodland usually on rocky peaks on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.9

Shrubland of rocky peaks on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.10

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia, E. crebra ± Lophostemon suaveolens woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.12

Eucalyptus racemosa subsp. racemosa ± Lophostemon confertus, Syncarpia glomulifera, Eucalyptus acmenoides woodland usually on rocky near-coastal areas on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.14

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks, north of bioregion

12.12.18

Vegetation complex of rocky headlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.19

Eucalyptus saligna tall open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.20

Corymbia intermedia, E. exserta woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.21

Eucalyptus decolor, E. portuensis or E. acmenoides open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.22

Corymbia trachyphloia, Eucalyptus crebra and Callitris endlicheri woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.27

Eucalyptus moluccana open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.28

Part 13 Wet Tropics Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Sporobolus virginicus grassland, samphire open forbland to sparse forbland and bare saltpans on plains adjacent to mangroves

7.1.2

Schoenoplectus subulatus and/or Eleocharis dulcis sparse sedgeland, or Melaleuca quinquenervia low open forest, in swamps which fluctuate periodically between freshwater and estuarine

7.1.3

Mangrove and vine forest closed forest of the brackish zone

7.1.4

Melaleuca viridiflora or Melaleuca spp. ± Acacia spp. ± mangrove spp. woodland on plains adjacent to mangroves

7.1.5

Notophyll to microphyll vine forest on sands of beach origin

7.2.2

Corymbia tessellaris and/or Acacia crassicarpa and/or C. intermedia and/or C. clarksoniana woodland to closed forest on beach ridges (predominantly Holocene)

7.2.3

Eucalyptus spp. (often E. pellita or Corymbia intermedia) open forest and/or Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on swampy sand plains and Pleistocene beach ridges

7.2.4

Mesophyll to notophyll vine forest of Syzgium forte subsp. forte on sands of beach origin

7.2.5

Mosaic of clumps of notophyll vine forest, sclerophyll spp. shrubland and open woodland, and bare sand blows on aeolian dunes

7.2.6

Casuarina equisetifolia ± Corymbia tessellaris open forest ± groved vine forest shrublands on strand and foredunes

7.2.7

Melaleuca leucadendra open forest to woodland on sands of beach origin

7.2.8

Melaleuca quinquenervia shrubland to closed forest, or Lepironia articulata open to closed sedgeland, on dune swales and swampy sand plains of beach origin

7.2.9

Shrubland, sedgeland and heath complex with Thryptomene oligandra and/or Asteromyrtus spp. ± Melaleuca quinquenervia on sand plains of beach origin

7.2.10

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Lophostemon suaveolens ± emergent Eucalyptus spp. woodland to open forest, or Melaleuca viridiflora var. attenuata open forest to woodland, on swampy sand plains of beach origin

7.2.11

Grasslands and sedgelands ± Melaleuca spp. within volcanic craters, often on peat

7.3.2

Mesophyll vine forest with Archontophoenix alexandrae on poorly drained alluvial plains

7.3.3

Mesophyll vine forest with Licuala ramsayi on poorly drained alluvial plains and alluvial areas of uplands

7.3.4

Simple–complex mesophyll to notophyll vine forest on moderate to poorly drained alluvial plains of moderate fertility

7.3.10

Corymbia nesophila open forest to woodland on alluvium

7.3.13

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± Melaleuca dealbata woodland to open forest on alluvium in low rainfall areas of the west and north

7.3.14

Corymbia intermedia or C. tessellaris ± Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on well-drained alluvium

7.3.19

Corymbia intermedia and Syncarpia glomulifera, or C. intermedia and Eucalyptus pellita, or S. glomulifera and Allocasuarina spp., or E. cloeziana, or C. torelliana open forest (or vine forest with these emergents) on alluvial fans at the base of ranges

7.3.20

Eucalyptus portuensis ± Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland on alluvium on alluvial fans at the base of ranges

7.3.21

Melaleuca leucadendra ± vine forest species open forest to closed forest on alluvium fringing streams

7.3.25

Casuarina cunninghamiana woodland to open forest on alluvium fringing streams

7.3.26

Rivers and streams including riparian herbfield and shrubland on river and stream bed alluvium and rock within stream beds

7.3.28

Sedgelands and grasslands of permanently and semi-permanently inundated swamps, including areas of open water

7.3.29

Lepironia articulata sedgeland to open sedgeland of permanently to semi-permanently inundated peat swamps of alluvial plains

7.3.31

Open water and narrow shoreline sedge fringes of lakes in volcanic craters

7.3.33

Complex mesophyll vine forest or simple notophyll vine forest of high rainfall, cloudy uplands on alluvium

7.3.36

Complex notophyll vine forest with emergent Agathis robusta on alluvial fans

7.3.38

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. platyphylla ± Corymbia intermedia ± Lophostemon suaveolens open woodland to open forest and associated sedgelands and grasslands on broad drainage depressions of uplands

7.3.39

Eucalyptus grandis open forest to woodland (or vine forest with emergent E. grandis) on alluvium

7.3.42

Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest to woodland on uplands on well-drained alluvium

7.3.43

Allocasuarina littoralis, Corymbia intermedia and Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on poorly drained alluvium

7.3.47

Eucalyptus portuensis and E. drepanophylla ± Corymbia intermedia ± C. citriodora open woodland to open forest on dry uplands on alluvium

7.3.48

Notophyll vine forest on rubble terraces of streams

7.3.49

Melaleuca fluviatilis ± vine forest species open forest to closed forest on alluvium fringing streams

7.3.50

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia and E. reducta woodland to open forest of uplands on weathered soils of a remnant surface

7.5.1

Eucalyptus portuensis ± Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland of uplands on weathered soils of a remnant surface

7.5.2

Eucalyptus portuensis, Corymbia citriodora and E. drepanophylla woodland to open forest of uplands on weathered soils of a remnant surface

7.5.3

Corymbia intermedia or Melaleuca viridiflora woodland to open forest of uplands on weathered soils of a remnant surface

7.5.4

Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest to tall open forest and associated grasslands, predominantly on basalt uplands

7.8.7

Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. reducta ± Angophora floribunda open forest to woodland on basalt

7.8.8

Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. drepanophylla (or E. granitica), E. portuensis, Corymbia intermedia woodland to open forest, or E. moluccana woodland to open forest, of uplands and highlands on basalt

7.8.10

Closed vineland of wind-disturbed vine forest on basalt foothills and coastal ranges

7.8.11

Complex notophyll vine forest dominated by Backhousia bancroftii on basaltic terraces and scree slopes of the North Johnstone River

7.8.12

Simple notophyll vine forest of Blepharocarya involucrigera of high rainfall, cloudy uplands on basalt

7.8.13

Complex notophyll vine forest with emergent Agathis robusta, on basalt

7.8.14

Eucalyptus grandis open forest to woodland (or vine forest with E. grandis emergents) on basalt

7.8.15

Eucalyptus resinifera open forest to woodland on basalt

7.8.16

Eucalyptus portuensis and Corymbia intermedia ± C. citriodora open forest to woodland on basalt

7.8.17

Corymbia intermedia and/or Lophostemon suaveolens ± Allocasuarina torulosa open forest to woodland on basalt

7.8.18

Notophyll or mesophyll vine forest with Archontophoenix alexandrae or Licuala ramsayi on metamorphics

7.11.2

Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on moist and dry metamorphic foothills

7.11.3

Syncarpia glomulifera ± Eucalyptus pellita open forest of deep soils on metamorphics

7.11.6

Acacia polystachya woodland to closed forest, or Acacia mangium and Acacia celsa open forest to closed forest, on metamorphics

7.11.8

Acacia celsa open forest to closed forest on metamorphics

7.11.10

Corymbia torelliana open forest, usually with a vine forest element, on metamorphics

7.11.13

Eucalyptus grandis open forest to woodland, or Corymbia intermedia, E. pellita and E. grandis open forest to woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents), on metamorphics

7.11.14

Eucalyptus portuensis and Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland on metamorphics of foothills and uplands

7.11.16

Corymbia intermedia and/or C. tessellaris ± Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest to woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on coastal metamorphic headlands and foothills

7.11.18

Corymbia intermedia and/or Lophostemon suaveolens open forest to woodland on uplands on metamorphics

7.11.19

Complex mesophyll vine forest on fertile, well-drained metamorphics of very wet and wet footslopes

7.11.23

Closed vineland of wind-disturbed vine forest of metamorphic slopes, often steep and exposed

7.11.24

Simple–complex mesophyll to notophyll vine forest on amphibolites of the very wet lowlands and foothills

7.11.25

Allocasuarina littoralis and Syncarpia glomulifera open shrubland to closed scrub or Bombax ceiba and Cochlospermum gillivraei open woodland or Acacia spp. shrubland on metamorphic rock pavements

7.11.26

Simple microphyll vine-fern forest or microphyll vine-sedge forest of wet metamorphic uplands and highlands

7.11.27

Wind-sheared notophyll vine forest of exposed metamorphic ridge crests and steep slopes

7.11.28

Microphyll to notophyll vine forests with Ceratopetalum virchowii and/or Uromyrtus metrosideros, Flindersia bourjotiana, F. pimenteliana and Beilschmiedia oligandra of moist uplands on sharply undulating metamorphics

7.11.29

Simple notophyll vine forest of Blepharocarya involucrigera on metamorphics

7.11.30

Eucalyptus resinifera ± Eucalyptus portuensis ± Syncarpia glomulifera open forest to woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on metamorphics

7.11.31

Syncarpia glomulifera and/or Allocasuarina spp. ± heathy understorey, woodland to tall woodland to open forest (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on steep rocky metamorphic slopes with shallow soils

7.11.32

Eucalyptus reducta open forest to woodland on metamorphics

7.11.33

Complex of shrublands, low heathy or shrubby woodland and low open forest, with Corymbia tessellaris and C. intermedia or Melaleuca viridiflora, Allocasuarina spp. and Acacia spp. on metamorphic coastal headlands and islands

7.11.34

Allocasuarina littoralis, Corymbia intermedia, Lophostemon suaveolens, Xanthorrhoea johnsonii shrubland on serpentenite foothills with deep red soils

7.11.36

Eucalyptus drepanophylla and Corymbia clarksoniana or C. erythrophloia woodland to open forest on dry uplands on metamorphics between Tolga and Mount Molloy

7.11.37

Lophostemon confertus low woodland to low closed forest ± Acacia celsa, Syncarpia glomulifera and Allocasuarina spp. on steep metamorphic slopes

7.11.38

Themeda triandra, or Imperata cylindrica, Sorghum nitidum and Mnesithea rottboellioides closed-tussock grassland of metamorphic headlands and near-coastal hills

7.11.39

Complex of sclerophyll communities dominated by Syncarpia glomulifera or Melaleuca spp., or sedges, ferns or microphyll vine forest with Trochocarpa bellendenkerensis on highlands, on quartzite or associated metamorphics

7.11.40

Melaleuca viridiflora, M. monantha, Acacia flavescens and Grevillea spp. shrubland with emergent Corymbia clarksoniana, or open woodland of Eucalyptus drepanophylla with M. monantha or Callitris intratropica, on metamorphics

7.11.41

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Pandanus sp., Lophostemon suaveolens, Melaleuca dealbata and E. pellita woodland to open forest of perched drainage areas on metamorphics

7.11.42

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris open forest to woodland on metamorphic coastal lowlands and foothills

7.11.43

Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest to woodland on coastal metamorphic foothills

7.11.44

Eucalyptus cloeziana open forest on metamorphics

7.11.45

Eucalyptus portuensis open forest, often with Corymbia nesophila, on near-coastal metamorphic foothills north of the Daintree River

7.11.46

Corymbia nesophila open forest on moderate to steep metamorphic slopes

7.11.47

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± Eucalyptus platyphylla woodland to open forest on metamorphics

7.11.48

Eucalyptus leptophleba, Corymbia clarksoniana and E. platyphylla open forest to woodland on metamorphic foothills

7.11.49

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± E. drepanophylla ± Corymbia spp. open woodland to open forest on metamorphics

7.11.50

Notophyll or mesophyll vine forest with Archontophoenix alexandrae or Licuala ramsayi, on granites and rhyolites

7.12.2

Syncarpia glomulifera ± Eucalyptus pellita open forest of granites and rhyolites on deep soils

7.12.4

Eucalyptus pellita ± Corymbia intermedia open forest, or Acacia mangium and Lophostemon suaveolens open forest (or vine forest with these species as emergents), on granites and rhyolites

7.12.5

Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on granites and rhyolites of the moist and dry lowlands and foothills

7.12.6

Acacia celsa open forest to closed forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.9

Notophyll vine forest with emergent Araucaria cunninghamii on moist and dry granite foothills and uplands

7.12.10

Acacia mangium and A. celsa open forest to closed forest or A. polystachya woodland to closed forest of granite and rhyolite foothills

7.12.12

Acacia melanoxylon and A. celsa closed forest of cloudy wet uplands and highlands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.13

Corymbia torelliana open forest usually with a well developed simple notophyll vine forest element on granites and rhyolites

7.12.17

Simple microphyll vine-fern thicket of windswept exposed peaks on granites

7.12.20

Corymbia intermedia and/or C. tessellaris ± Eucalyptus tereticornis open forest to tall open forest to woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on coastal granite and rhyolite headlands and near-coastal foothills

7.12.23

Eucalyptus cloeziana open forest to woodland on granite and rhyolite, often on poorly drained soils

7.12.25

Corymbia nesophila woodland to open forest on granites

7.12.33

Eucalyptus portuensis, E. tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia woodland on granites and rhyolites in the Kirrama-Oak Hills area

7.12.35

Rock pavements and seepage areas of wet lowlands, uplands and highlands of the eastern escarpment and central range (excluding Hinchinbrook Island and Bishops Peak) on granite and rhyolite with Allocasuarina spp. shrublands and/or sedgelands

7.12.37

Deciduous microphyll vine forest and/or blue-green algae-covered granite and rhyolite boulderfields

7.12.38

Complex mesophyll vine forest on fertile, well-drained granites and rhyolites of very wet and wet lowlands, foothills and uplands

7.12.39

Closed vineland of wind-disturbed vine forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.40

Podocarpus grayae, Callitris endlicheri and Acacia celsa heathland/shrubland on steep rocky granite slopes of the Hinchinbrook Island uplands and highlands

7.12.41

Notophyll vine forest with Flindersia brayleyana and Argyrodendron polyandrum on granite uplands of Great Palm Island

7.12.42

Simple notophyll vine forest dominated by Stockwellia quadrifida on granites

7.12.43

Simple notophyll vine forest dominated by Blepharocarya involucrigera on granites

7.12.44

Simple notophyll vine forest dominated by Dryadodaphne trachyphloia on granites

7.12.45

Microphyll vine forest with Gossia bidwillii ± Araucaria cunninghamii on steep granite talus and boulder slopes of the Palm Islands

7.12.46

Notophyll-microphyll semi-evergreen vine forest with Argyrodendron polyandrum emergents on rhyolites

7.12.47

Wind-sheared notophyll vine forest on exposed granite and rhyolite ridge crests and steep slopes

7.12.48

Notophyll vine forest and thicket with Planchonella euphlebia and Podocarpus grayae on granites

7.12.49

Simple microphyll vine-fern forest of highlands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.50

Eucalyptus resinifera, Syncarpia glomulifera, E. portuensis, Corymbia abergiana ± C. leptoloma woodland of rocky hills on granite and rhyolite in the Paluma-Seaview (south-west) subregion

7.12.51

Eucalyptus resinifera, Corymbia intermedia, Allocasuarina littoralis, Syncarpia glomulifera, E. drepanophylla ± E. reducta woodland on granite and rhyolite in the dry to moist rainfall zone

7.12.52

Complex of shrubland and low open forest on wind-exposed granite and rhyolite coastal headlands and islands on skeletal soils

7.12.54

Eucalyptus leptophleba woodland to open forest of dry foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.55

Corymbia tessellaris, C. clarksoniana grassy woodland, open woodland and grassland on shallow soils on granites on the Palm Islands

7.12.56

Shrubland and low woodland mosaic with Syncarpia glomulifera, Corymbia abergiana, Eucalyptus portuensis, Allocasuarina littoralis and Xanthorrhoea johnsonii on uplands and highlands on granites

7.12.57

Eucalyptus reducta ± E. granitica ± Corymbia dimorpha ± C. citriodora woodland to open forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.58

Eucalyptus leptophleba and Corymbia clarksoniana open forest to woodland on foothills on granites and rhyolites

7.12.59

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± Eucalyptus platyphylla woodland to open forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.60

Eucalyptus spp. and/or Corymbia stockeri ± C. hylandii ± Syncarpia glomulifera ± E. portuensis woodland on dry granite hill slopes in the north-west of the bioregion

7.12.62

Eucalyptus moluccana woodland on granites and rhyolites

7.12.63

Xanthorrhoea spp., Allocasuarina littoralis, Banksia plagiocarpa ± Leptospermum polygalifolium ± Rhodomyrtus trineura subsp. trineura heathland and associated rock pavements of granite uplands and highlands of Hinchinbrook Island and near Bishops Peak

7.12.64

Lophostemon confertus low shrubland or low closed forest on exposed rocky slopes on granites and rhyolites

7.12.66

Gleichenia dicarpa, Gahnia sieberiana, Lycopodiella cernua and Lycopodium deuterodensum closed fernland of granite highlands on Thornton Peak and Mt Bartle Frere

7.12.67

Complex notophyll vine forest of cloudy moist to wet highlands on granites

7.12.68

Eucalyptus drepanophylla and/or E. granitica ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. erythrophloia woodland on uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.69

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Schedule 3 Least concern regional ecosystems

section 8(3) and (6)

Part 1 Brigalow Belt Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Sporobolus virginicus grassland on marine clay plains

11.1.1

Samphire forbland on marine clay plains

11.1.2

Mangrove forest and/or woodland on marine clay plains

11.1.4

Corymbia-Melaleuca woodland complex of beach ridges and swales

11.2.5

Acacia cambagei woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.5

Eucalyptus melanophloia woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.6

Corymbia spp. woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.7

Acacia argyrodendron woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.8

Eucalyptus platyphylla, Corymbia spp. woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.9

Eucalyptus brownii woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.10

Melaleuca viridiflora, M. argentea ± M. dealbata woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.12

Eucalyptus spp., Angophora spp., Callitris spp. woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.14

Eucalyptus largiflorens ± Acacia cambagei ± A. harpophylla woodland to low open woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.16

Eucalyptus populnea, Callitris glaucophylla, Allocasuarina luehmannii shrubby woodland on alluvium

11.3.18

Callitris glaucophylla, Corymbia spp. and/or Eucalyptus melanophloia open forest to woodland on Cainozoic alluvial plains

11.3.19

Forb and/or grassland ± scattered Atalaya hemiglauca, Flindersia maculosa, Acacia spp. on alluvial plains

11.3.20

Eucalyptus tereticornis or E. camaldulensis woodland fringing drainage lines

11.3.25

Eucalyptus moluccana or E. microcarpa woodland to open forest on margins of alluvial plains

11.3.26

Freshwater wetlands

11.3.27

Eucalyptus crebra, E. exserta, Melaleuca spp. woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.29

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia dallachiana woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.30

Ophiuros exaltatus, Dichanthium spp. grassland on alluvial plains

11.3.31

Allocasuarina luehmannii open woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.32

Eucalyptus platyphylla, Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.35

Eucalyptus coolabah fringing woodland on alluvial plains

11.3.37

Eucalyptus melanophloia ± E. chloroclada open woodland on undulating plains and valleys with sandy soils

11.3.39

Dichanthium spp., Astrebla spp. grassland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.4

Eucalyptus orgadophila open woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.13

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. populnea, Callitris glaucophylla, Angophora leiocarpa, Allocasuarina luehmannii woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.1

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia spp., with E. moluccana on lower slopes of Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.2

Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia ± Corymbia clarksoniana on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.3

Eucalyptus chloroclada, Callitris glaucophylla, C. endlicheri, Angophora leiocarpa woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.4

Eucalyptus melanophloia and/or Callitris glaucophylla woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces, on deep red sands

11.5.5

Eucalyptus acmenoides and/or Angophora leiocarpa on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnants

11.5.7

Melaleuca spp., Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia intermedia woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.8

Eucalyptus crebra and other Eucalyptus spp. and Corymbia spp. woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.9

Corymbia clarksoniana woodland and other Corymbia spp. and Eucalyptus spp. on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.12

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.15

Eucalyptus moluccana and/or E. microcarpa and/or E. woollsiana ± E. crebra woodland on Cainozoic sand plains

11.5.20

Corymbia bloxsomei ± Callitris glaucophylla ± Eucalyptus crebra ± Angophora leiocarpa woodland on Cainozoic sand plains and/or remnant surfaces

11.5.21

Acacia harpophylla and/or Casuarina cristata and Eucalyptus thozetiana or E. microcarpa woodland on lower scarp slopes on Cainozoic lateritic duricrust

11.7.1

Acacia spp. woodland on Cainozoic lateritic duricrust. Scarp retreat zone

11.7.2

Eucalyptus persistens, Triodia mitchellii open woodland on stripped margins of Cainozoic lateritic duricrust

11.7.3

Eucalyptus decorticans and/or Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia spp., Acacia spp., Lysicarpus angustifolius woodland on Cainozoic lateritic duricrust

11.7.4

Shrubland on natural scalds on deeply weathered coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.7.5

Corymbia citriodora or Eucalyptus crebra woodland on Cainozoic lateritic duricrust

11.7.6

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. nubila ± Corymbia spp. ± Eucalyptus spp. woodland on Cainozoic lateritic duricrust

11.7.7

Eucalyptus laevopinea tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks. Elevated plateaus

11.8.1

Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. melliodora woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.2

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.4

Eucalyptus orgadophila open woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.5

Macropteranthes leichhardtii thicket on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.6

Eucalyptus albens, E. crebra woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.8

Eucalyptus melanophloia ± E. orgadophila woodland on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.2

Dichanthium spp., Astrebla spp. grassland on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.3

Macropteranthes leichhardtii thicket on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.8

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on fine-grained sedimentary rocks

11.9.9

Corymbia citriodora woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.1

Acacia catenulata or A. shirleyi open forest on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks. Crests and scarps

11.10.3

Eucalyptus decorticans, Lysicarpus angustifolius ± Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia spp., Acacia spp. woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.4

Eucalyptus sphaerocarpa ± E. mensalis, E. saligna tall open forest on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks. Tablelands

11.10.5

Angophora leiocarpa, Callitris glaucophylla open woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks. Broad valleys

11.10.6

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.7

Callitris glaucophylla woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.9

Eucalyptus populnea, E. melanophloia ± Callitris glaucophylla woodland on coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.11

Eucalyptus populnea woodland on medium to coarse-grained sedimentary rocks

11.10.12

Eucalyptus spp. and/or Corymbia spp. open forest on scarps and sandstone tablelands

11.10.13

Eucalyptus crebra ± Acacia rhodoxylon woodland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.1

Acacia shirleyi or A. catenulata low open forest on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.2

Corymbia citriodora, Eucalyptus crebra, E. acmenoides open forest on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding. Coastal ranges

11.11.3

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding. Coastal ranges

11.11.4

Microphyll vine forest ± Araucaria cunninghamii on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.5

Corymbia leichhardtii, C. clarksoniana woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.6

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa, Corymbia xanthope woodland on serpentinite

11.11.7

Eucalyptus shirleyi woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.8

Eucalyptus populnea or E. brownii woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.9

Eucalyptus persistens low woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.12

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics

11.11.15

Eucalyptus thozetiana, Acacia harpophylla woodland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding

11.11.19

Eucalyptus platyphylla woodland on old sedimentary rocks with varying degrees of metamorphism and folding. Lowlands

11.11.20

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.1

Eucalyptus melanophloia woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.2

Eucalyptus crebra, E. tereticornis, Angophora leiocarpa woodland on igneous rocks especially granite

11.12.3

Semi-evergreen vine thicket and microphyll vine forest on igneous rocks

11.12.4

Corymbia citriodora open forest on igneous rocks (granite)

11.12.6

Eucalyptus crebra woodland with patches of semi-evergreen vine thicket on igneous rocks (boulder-strewn hillsides)

11.12.7

Eucalyptus platyphylla woodland on igneous rocks

11.12.9

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia spp., E. acmenoides woodland on igneous rocks. Coastal hills

11.12.13

Part 2 Cape York Peninsula Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Rhizophora stylosa ± Bruguiera gymnorhiza closed forest, occurs as outer mangroves

3.1.1

Avicennia marina (grey mangrove) low open forest on landward side of tidal zone

3.1.2

Ceriops tagal ± Avicennia marina low closed forest on intertidal areas

3.1.3

Sporobolus virginicus closed-tussock grassland on coastal plains

3.1.5

Sparse herbland or bare saltpans on salt plains and saline flats

3.1.6

Semi-deciduous vine thicket to vine forest on beach dunes and ridges

3.2.2

Acacia crassicarpa on coastal dunes and beach ridges, woodland to open forest

3.2.5

Corymbia intermedia or C. clarksoniana woodland in wet coastal areas

3.2.7

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia clarksoniana ± E. brassiana or Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on stabilised dunes

3.2.10

Low microphyll vine forest on coastal dunes and beach ridges

3.2.11

Araucarian microphyll vine forest on coastal dunefields and beach ridges

3.2.12

Leucopogon yorkensis open scrub on dunefields

3.2.17

Asteromyrtus lysicephala ± Neofabricia myrtifolia open heath on flat sand plains

3.2.18

Neofabricia myrtifolia ± Jacksonia thesioides open to closed heath on dunefields

3.2.21

Sparse herbland of mixed herbaceous species on foredunes and beach ridges

3.2.25

Sparse herbland and/or shrubland and bare sand areas predominantly on sand blows

3.2.26

Closed semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on loamy alluvia

3.3.1

Evergreen to semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest on alluvia on major watercourses

3.3.5

Corymbia tessellaris, C. clarksoniana open forest on coastal alluvial plains

3.3.8

Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on streamlines, swamps and alluvial terraces

3.3.9

Melaleuca argentea and/or M. fluviatilis ± M. leucadendra open forest fringing streams and creeks

3.3.10

Melaleuca saligna ± M. viridiflora, Lophostemon suaveolens woodland on drainage swamps

3.3.14

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial plains and colluvial fans

3.3.16

Corymbia clarksoniana and Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on alluvial plains

3.3.17

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. dallachiana woodland on alluvial plains

3.3.18

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. dallachiana woodland on floodplains

3.3.19

Corymbia clarksoniana ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys ± Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on alluvial plains

3.3.20

Corymbia clarksoniana ± Syzygium eucalyptoides woodland on lower slopes of sand ridges and in drainage depressions

3.3.21

Corymbia clarksoniana or C. novoguinensis woodland on alluvial plains

3.3.22

Corymbia clarksoniana or C. polycarpa woodland on stream levees

3.3.23

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial deposits

3.3.24

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia tessellaris ± E. platyphylla woodland on riverine levees and floodplains

3.3.25

Corymbia nesophila ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± E. brassiana woodland on alluvial sediments

3.3.27

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial and colluvial plains

3.3.28

Corymbia polycarpa ± C. curtipes woodland on Mitchell River levees

3.3.29

Corymbia tessellaris ± Eucalyptus acroleuca woodland on levees

3.3.30

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia spp. woodland on coastal plains

3.3.31

Melaleuca viridiflora ± M. saligna woodland in sinkholes and drainage depressions

3.3.32

Thryptomene oligandra and Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on sides of depressions

3.3.33

Eucalyptus acroleuca open woodland on floodplains in Lakefield National Park

3.3.35

Eucalyptus chlorophylla open woodland on alluvial plains in south of bioregion

3.3.36

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Corymbia dallachiana open woodland on floodplains

3.3.37

Deciduous notophyll and/or microphyll vine thicket ± Lagerstroemia archeriana on heavy clay alluvium

3.3.38

Melaleuca clarksonii low open forest in swamps

3.3.41

Melaleuca viridiflora low woodland in drainage areas

3.3.42

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Xanthorrhoea johnsonii low woodland on fans and alluvial plains

3.3.43

Melaleuca citrolens ± M. foliolosa low open woodland along drainage lines

3.3.47

Melaleuca saligna ± M. viridiflora low open woodland on drainage depressions and outwash plains

3.3.48

Melaleuca viridiflora low open woodland on low plains

3.3.49

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Petalostigma pubescens ± M. stenostachya low open woodland on low plains

3.3.50

Melaleuca citrolens and/or Excoecaria parvifolia tall shrubland on eroding drainage areas

3.3.52

Asteromyrtus lysicephala ± Baeckea frutescens open heath on Jardine River sand plains

3.3.53

Open heath to shrubland of Asteromyrtus lysicephala along creeks on plateaus

3.3.54

Asteromyrtus lysicephala and Thryptomene oligandra open heath on alluvial plains

3.3.55

Eriachne spp. ± Aristida spp. closed-tussock grassland on alluvial plains

3.3.56

Oryza rufipogon ± Eleocharis spp. closed-tussock grassland in seasonally inundated depressions

3.3.58

Sarga plumosum closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.3.59

Themeda arguens, Dichanthium sericeum closed-tussock grassland on marine plains

3.3.60

Panicum spp. and Fimbristylis spp. tussock grassland on inland and coastal alluvial plains

3.3.61

Eleocharis dulcis dominated closed sedgeland on seasonally flooded marine plains

3.3.63

Baloskion tetraphyllum subsp. meiostachyum open sedgeland in drainage swamps in dune fields

3.3.64

Ephemeral lakes and lagoons on alluvial plains and depressions

3.3.65

Permanent lakes and lagoons, frequently with fringing woodlands or sedgelands

3.3.66

Semi-deciduous notophyll vine forest in small patches on northern plateaus

3.5.4

Corymbia novoguinensis ± C. tessellaris woodland on sand plains on northern Cape York Peninsula

3.5.5

Eucalyptus phoenicea ± E. tetrodonta woodland on sandy colluvia

3.5.6

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis woodland on sand ridges

3.5.9

Asteromyrtus lysicephala and Choriceras tricorne open heath on sand sheets

3.5.19

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana open woodland to woodland on undulating plains

3.5.24

Simple evergreen notophyll vine forest on sand plains

3.5.33

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia nesophila woodland with heathy understorey on sand plains

3.5.35

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia nesophila woodland on undulating plains and remnant plateaus

3.5.36

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia stockeri woodland to tall open forest on erosional plains and remnant plateaus

3.5.37

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± E. cullenii, Corymbia stockeri and Melaleuca spp. woodland on remnant surfaces

3.5.38

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on sand plains

3.5.39

Melaleuca stenostachya ± Eucalyptus chlorophylla woodland ± M. viridiflora shrub layer on outwash plains

3.5.40

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to low open woodland on plains

3.5.41

Asteromyrtus brassii and/or Neofabricia myrtifolia low open forest to woodland on sand plains

3.5.42

Eucalyptus cullenii ± E. tetrodonta woodland on erosional escarpments and plains

3.7.3

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis woodland on ironstone knolls and slopes

3.7.4

Melaleuca stenostachya ± Acacia leptostachya woodland on lateritic erosional slopes

3.7.6

Eucalyptus chlorophylla woodland to open woodland on undulating clay plains

3.9.2

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia dallachiana or Eucalyptus platyphylla open woodland on rolling plains

3.9.4

Corymbia papuana ± Eucalyptus leptophleba open woodland on rolling plains

3.9.5

Piliostigma malabaricum tall open shrubland on central clay plains

3.9.7

Corymbia stockeri subsp. stockeri ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± E. cullenii woodland on sandstone plateaus

3.10.6

Eucalyptus phoenicea ± Corymbia nesophila or E. tetrodonta woodland on wetter sandstone

3.10.7

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia stockeri ± C. clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris woodland on sandstone plateaus

3.10.9

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia stockeri sens. lat. woodland on sandstone plateaus and slopes

3.10.10

Eucalyptus chlorophylla low open woodland on sandstone hillslopes

3.10.15

Melaleuca stenostachya ± M. viridiflora ± M. citrolens low open woodland on sandstone ranges

3.10.16

Asteromyrtus lysicephala and Neofabricia myrtifolia dwarf open heath on sandstone plateaus and headlands

3.10.19

Corymbia nesophila ± Eucalyptus crebra or E. tetrodonta woodland to open forest on sandstone plateaus and slopes

3.10.21

Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on coastal ranges

3.11.1

Simple evergreen notophyll vine forest on exposed metamorphic and granitic slopes

3.11.3

Eucalyptus cullenii and Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on low metamorphic hills and rises

3.11.7

Eucalyptus cullenii ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on metamorphic ranges

3.11.8

Eucalyptus cullenii and Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis woodland on metamorphic hills

3.11.9

Corymbia stockeri ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta or E. crebra woodland on metamorphic hills

3.11.10

Corymbia stockeri ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland on hills and erosional surfaces

3.11.11

Eucalyptus leptophleba and E. platyphylla ± Corymbia tessellaris woodland on rolling metamorphic hills

3.11.12

Corymbia nesophila ± E. brassiana woodland on metamorphic hills and ranges

3.11.13

Eucalyptus leptophleba and Corymbia dallachiana ± E. chlorophylla or Corymbia clarksoniana open woodland on metamorphic hills

3.11.15

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Melaleuca viridiflora low open woodland to open woodland on metamorphic slopes

3.11.17

Melaleuca stenostachya ± M. viridiflora ± M. citrolens low open woodland on metamorphic footslopes

3.11.18

Notophyll vine forest on granitic slopes and plateaus

3.12.3

Eucalyptus brassiana and Corymbia clarksoniana open forest on granite ranges

3.12.7

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris open forest on coastal ranges and lowlands

3.12.8

Eucalyptus cullenii ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on acid volcanic ranges

3.12.10

Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis ± Welchiodendron longivalve woodland on ranges and hills

3.12.11

Eucalyptus leptophleba and Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to open woodland on coastal hills

3.12.18

Deciduous to semi-deciduous vine thicket to forest on granite slopes

3.12.21

Corymbia nesophila ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodlands on igneous hills and rises

3.12.40

Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland ± heath species on granite hills and rises

3.12.41

Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland on low to undulating granite hills

3.12.42

Melaleuca viridiflora low woodland to low open woodland on steep igneous hills and footslopes

3.12.45

Mixed heath species tall shrubland to dwarf shrubland on igneous hills

3.12.47

Part 3 Central Queensland Coast Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mangrove closed forest of marine clay plains and estuaries

8.1.1

Samphire open forbland on saltpans and plains adjacent to mangroves

8.1.2

Corymbia spp. and/or Eucalyptus spp. and/or Acacia spp. and/or Allocasuarina littoralis low open forest on Pleistocene parabolic dunes

8.2.8

Melaleuca leucadendra and/or M. fluviatilis and/or Casuarina cunninghamiana ± Syncarpia glomulifera open forest on creek banks

8.3.3

Variable woodland to open forest, often including Corymbia intermedia, Eucalyptus portuensis, C. trachyphloia, E. platyphylla and E. drepanophylla on low hills on metamorphosed sediments

8.11.3

Corymbia citriodora or Eucalyptus molluccana woodland on metamorphosed sediments (subregion 4)

8.11.8

Evergreen notophyll feather palm vine forest of uplands and highlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.1

Evergreen notophyll to complex notophyll vine forest of uplands, highlands and foothills on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.2

Evergreen to semi-evergreen, notophyll to microphyll, vine forest to vine thicket of foothills and uplands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.3

Eucalyptus portuensis and/or Lophostemon confertus and/or E. exserta and/or Corymbia trachyphloia and/or E. fibrosa open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.5

Eucalyptus drepanophylla ± E. platyphylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on low to medium hills on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.6

Corymbia citriodora ± Eucalyptus portuensis ± E. drepanophylla (or E. crebra) open forest on hill slopes and undulating plateaus on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.7

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± Corymbia intermedia ± Lophostemon suaveolens woodland on undulating uplands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.9

Semi-evergreen microphyll vine thicket ± Araucaria cunninghamii on islands and coastal headlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks and Tertiary volcanics

8.12.11

Eucalyptus tereticornis and/or Corymbia spp. and/or E. platyphylla and/or Lophostemon suaveolens woodland to open forest on hill slopes on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.12

Eucalyptus drepanophylla and/or E. crebra and/or E. exserta and/or Acacia spirorbis and/or Lophostemon confertus low woodland on islands and headlands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks and Tertiary acid to intermediate volcanics

8.12.14

Semi-evergreen notophyll and/or microphyll to complex notophyll Argyrodendron spp. vine forest ± Araucaria cunninghamii of foothills and uplands on near-coastal ranges and islands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.18

Semi-deciduous complex notophyll feather palm vine forest of sheltered gullies and slopes, of foothills and uplands on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.19

Eucalyptus drepanophylla and/or E. platyphylla ± Corymbia spp. ± E. crebra woodland on low gently undulating landscapes on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.20

Eucalyptus drepanophylla and/or Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. erthrophloia ± E. platyphylla ± E. excerta ± C. trachyphloia woodland on hills and ranges at low to moderate altitudes in drier areas

8.12.22

Eucalyptus resinifera and/or E. portuensis and/or E. acmenoides and/or Allocasuarina spp. closed forest on moist upper slopes of ranges on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.31

Corymbia intermedia ± E. portuensis ± E. exserta open forest to woodland with areas of Allocasuarina spp. ± Banksia integrifolia open forest on high ranges on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

8.12.32

Part 4 Channel Country Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Melaleuca spp. woodland on levees and banks of major rivers

5.3.1

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± E. coolabah open woodland on levees and banks of drainage lines

5.3.2

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Atalaya hemiglauca ± Acacia cambagei ± Acacia georginae ± Acacia cyperophylla woodland on drainage lines within ranges

5.3.4

Eucalyptus coolabah open woodland with Muehlenbeckia florulenta shrubland on braided channel systems

5.3.5

Eucalyptus coolabah open woodland on alluvial plains

5.3.6

Eucalyptus coolabah ± Lysiphyllum gilvum ± Acacia cambagei low open woodland on drainage lines

5.3.7

Eucalyptus coolabah low open woodland with Muehlenbeckia florulenta on braided drainage lines

5.3.8

Acacia cambagei ± Eucalyptus coolabah tall shrubland on braided channels

5.3.9

Acacia cambagei low open woodland ± Senna artemisioides subsp. oligophylla ± Eremophila spp. on alluvium

5.3.10

Acacia georginae tall shrubland with Senna artemisioides subsp. oligophylla ± Eremophila freelingii on alluvium

5.3.11

Chenopodium auricomum ± Duma florulenta open shrubland in swamps and some clay pans between dunes

5.3.12

Muehlenbeckia florulenta open shrubland on swamps

5.3.13

Atriplex nummularia open shrubland on clay pans between dunes

5.3.14

Maireana spp. open shrubland on clay pans between dunes and floodplains

5.3.15

Eragrostis australasica open grassland on alluvial plains and clay pans between dunes

5.3.16

Tecticornia spp. open-succulent shrubland fringing playa lakes or clay pans

5.3.17

Short grasses ± forbs open herbland on braided channel systems

5.3.18

Seasonally variable sparse to open herbland on frequently flooded but not distinctly channelled areas on alluvial plains, common dominants include Sporobolus mitchellii and/or Eragrostis setifolia and/or a range of ephemeral herbs

5.3.19

Eucalyptus coolabah ± Eucalyptus camaldulensis open woodland fringing billabongs and permanent waterholes

5.3.20

Seasonally variable sparse to open herbland on infrequently flooded alluvia of major rivers, their distributaries and larger creeklines, Atriplex spp., Sclerolaena spp., Astrebla spp., Asteraceae spp. and/or short grasses

5.3.21

Sparse herbland on clay pans and lakes

5.3.22

Acacia aneura low woodland on Quaternary deposits

5.5.1

Acacia aneura ± Acacia sibirica ± Eremophila latrobei tall shrubland on Quaternary deposits

5.5.2

Acacia aneura, Acacia sibirica tall shrubland on Quaternary sand sheets

5.5.3

Acacia sibirica ± Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus spp. open shrubland on Quaternary sediments

5.5.4

Acacia sibirica ± Eucalyptus spp. open shrubland on crests and tops of sandstone ranges

5.5.5

Archidendropsis basaltica and/or Acacia aneura ± Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on sand plains

5.5.6

Crotalaria eremaea ± Eragrostis eriopoda open forbland on isolated and/or deflated sand dunes on alluvium

5.6.1

Acacia georginae and/or Acacia cambagei, Eremophila obovata ± Eremophila macdonnellii tall shrubland on clay plains between sand dunes

5.6.2

Acacia calcicola ± A. aneura tall shrubland between sand dunes

5.6.3

Atalaya hemiglauca ± Acacia aneura ± Acacia spp. ± Corymbia terminalis tall open shrubland on sand dunes

5.6.4

Triodia basedowii hummock grassland on sides of, or between, dunes

5.6.5

Triodia basedowii hummock grassland wooded with Acacia spp., Senna spp., Grevillea spp. ± Eucalyptus spp. on sand plains and dune fields

5.6.6

Triodia basedowii hummock grassland wooded with Eucalyptus pachyphylla on sand plains

5.6.7

Zygochloa paradoxa ± Crotalaria eremaea ± Triodia basedowii open grassland on sand dunes

5.6.8

Acacia shirleyi ± Acacia catenulata ± Acacia aneura ± Acacia cyperophylla tall shrubland on tops and scarps of residuals

5.7.1

Acacia shirleyi ± Eucalyptus thozetiana tall shrubland with Triodia spp. ± Acacia aneura ± Acacia cyperophylla on scarps of residuals

5.7.2

Eucalyptus normantonensis tall shrubland with Triodia spp. on slopes and plateau margins of residuals

5.7.3

Eucalyptus thozetiana tall shrubland with Triodia spp. ± Eucalyptus normantonensis on plateau margins and slopes of residuals

5.7.4

Acacia sibirica open shrubland with Triodia spp. ± Acacia aneura ± Acacia shirleyi open shrubland on crests and tops of ranges

5.7.5

Acacia cambagei tall shrubland with Triodia spp. ± Senna spp. on eroding pediments

5.7.6

Aristida spp., Eriachne pulchella open grassland wooded with Eucalyptus spp. ± Acacia sibirica on plains

5.7.9

Aristida latifolia and Aristida contorta sparse grassland wooded with Acacia tetragonophylla ± Senna spp. on weathered Cretaceous sediments

5.7.10

Acacia cyperophylla ± A. aneura tall shrubland on scarps and low hills

5.7.12

Acacia cyperophylla ± A. cambagei or A. georginae ± Atalaya hemiglauca tall shrubland on drainage lines

5.7.13

Acacia sibirica, Hakea eyreana ± Acacia aneura ± Eremophila freelingii open shrubland on sandstones

5.7.14

Triodia longiceps ± Triodia spp. hummock grassland on talus slopes of dissected tablelands and residuals

5.7.15

Senna spp., Eremophila spp. ± Acacia tetragonophylla open shrubland on Tertiary limestone

5.9.1

Senna artemisioides subsp. helmsii ± Senna artemisioides subsp. oligophylla ± Acacia georginae ± Acacia spp. open shrubland on Cambrian limestone

5.9.2

Astrebla spp. herbland ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments

5.9.3

Aristida contorta ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments with dense gravel cover

5.9.4

Atriplex spp., Sclerolaena spp., Salsola australis open herbland on Cretaceous sediments

5.9.5

Part 5 Desert Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Acacia argyrodendron low open woodland on alluvial plains (western)

10.3.1

Acacia argyrodendron with or without Eucalyptus cambageana open woodland on alluvial plains (eastern)

10.3.2

Acacia harpophylla and/or Eucalyptus cambageana low open woodland to open woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.3

Acacia cambagei low open woodland to low woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.4

Eucalyptus brownii open woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.6

Astrebla spp., Iseilema vaginiflorum and/or Dichanthium fecundum or Bothriochloa ewartiana tussock grassland on alluvial plains

10.3.7

Aristida latifolia and Brachyachne convergens sparse-tussock grassland or Sclerolaena spp. dwarf open shrubland on alluvial plains

10.3.8

Eucalyptus whitei open woodland on sandy alluvial fans

10.3.9

Corymbia dallachiana and C. terminalis open woodland on old alluvial plains (western)

10.3.10

Corymbia citriodora or C. leichhardtii woodland to tall woodland on alluvium in valleys

10.3.11

Corymbia dallachiana and C. plena or C. terminalis open woodland on sandy alluvial terraces (eastern)

10.3.12

Melaleuca fluviatilis and/or Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodland along watercourses

10.3.13

Eucalyptus camaldulensis and/or E. coolabah open woodland along channels and on floodplains

10.3.14

Grasslands, sedgelands, ephemeral herblands and open woodland in depressions on sand plains

10.3.15

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland, ephemeral open herblands, and Melaleuca bracteata low woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.16

Clay pans, Fimbristylis sp. (Lake Buchanan) open sedgeland and spare-tussock grasslands on shallow alluvial plains (Lake Buchanan)

10.3.22

Halosarcia spp. open-succulent shrubland, Diplachne fusca sparse-tussock grassland and bare clay pan on lake bed (Lake Galilee)

10.3.23

Ephemeral lake bed (Lake Buchanan)

10.3.24

Eremophila mitchellii tall open shrubland on alluvial plains

10.3.25

Eucalyptus populnea open woodland on alluvial plains

10.3.27

Eucalyptus melanophloia or E. crebra open woodland on sandy alluvial fans

10.3.28

Acacia argyrodendron open woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.1

Acacia harpophylla and/or Eucalyptus cambageana open woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.3

Acacia cambagei low woodland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.5

Astrebla squarrosa and Iseilema vaginiflorum ± Dichanthium sericeum and Panicum laevinode open-tussock grassland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.8

Eucalyptus similis and/or Corymbia brachycarpa and/or Corymbia setosa low open woodland on sand plains

10.5.1

Corymbia plena with or without C. dallachiana or C. terminalis woodland on sand plains

10.5.2

Eucalyptus crebra or E. drepanophylla open woodland on sand plains

10.5.4

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland on sand plains

10.5.5

Grevillea striata, G. parallela and Acacia sericophylla low open woodland or Corymbia terminalis open woodland on relict sand plains

10.5.7

Corymbia setosa with Grevillea pteridifolia and/or Melaleuca nervosa low open woodland on sand plains

10.5.8

Corymbia leichhardtii open woodland on sand plains

10.5.10

Eucalyptus whitei or E. melanophloia open woodland on red sand plateaus

10.5.11

Eucalyptus populnea open woodland on sand plains

10.5.12

Eucalyptus whitei open woodland or Corymbia dallachiana low open woodland or Triodia pungens open-hummock grassland on silcrete

10.7.1

Eucalyptus persistens or Corymbia dallachiana low open woodland or Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete above scarps

10.7.2

Acacia shirleyi woodland or A. catenulata low woodland at margins of plateaus

10.7.3

Eucalyptus persistens low open woodland on pediments below scarps

10.7.4

Eucalyptus thozetiana open woodland on scarps and on pediments below scarps

10.7.5

Melaleuca spp. and/or Acacia leptostachya shrubland on ferricrete (eastern)

10.7.7

Melaleuca spp. and/or Acacia spp. open shrubland on ferricrete (western)

10.7.8

Eucalyptus whitei open woodland or Corymbia setosa low open woodland on ferricrete

10.7.10

Eucalyptus melanophloia low open woodland on ferricrete

10.7.11

Eucalyptus drepanophylla or E. crebra open woodland on ferricrete

10.7.12

Ephemeral sparse-tussock grassland ground below scarps

10.7.13

Acacia argyrodendron low open woodland or dwarf open shrubland of chenopods or scald on Cretaceous sediments

10.9.1

Acacia cambagei and/or Eucalyptus thozetiana low woodland to open woodland on calcareous sandstones

10.9.2

Acacia harpophylla and/or Eucalyptus cambageana open woodland to woodland on Mesozoic sediments

10.9.3

Acacia cambagei low woodland on Cretaceous sediments

10.9.6

Acacia shirleyi woodland or A. catenulata low open woodland on sandstone ranges

10.10.1

Acacia burdekensis or A. julifera low open woodland and bare rock platforms on sandstone ranges

10.10.2

Eucalyptus exilipes and/or Corymbia leichhardtii open woodland on sandstone ranges

10.10.4

Corymbia trachyphloia and/or C. lamprophylla or Eucalyptus mediocris open woodland on sandstone ranges

10.10.5

Part 6 Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus camaldulensis and/or E. tereticornis ± Melaleuca spp. ± Casuarina cunninghamiana fringing woodland on channels and levees

9.3.1

Eucalyptus leptophleba and/or E. chlorophylla ± Corymbia dallachiana woodland on river levees and terraces

9.3.2

Corymbia spp. and Eucalyptus spp. dominated mixed woodland on alluvial flats, levees and plains

9.3.3

Eucalyptus brownii ± Eucalyptus spp. ± Corymbia spp. open woodland on alluvial plains

9.3.5

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± Eucalyptus spp. ± Corymbia spp. woodland on alluvial plains

9.3.6

Wetlands and seasonally inundated grasslands with a fringing open woodland of mixed Eucalyptus spp. on Tertiary surfaces

9.3.7

Eucalyptus moluccana woodland on alluvial deposits

9.3.8

Melaleuca bracteata low closed forest ± Eucalyptus spp. emergents or vine thicket species on swamps in basalt plains

9.3.10

Wetlands (sometimes ephemeral) with aquatic species and fringed with Eucalyptus spp. communities within basalt plains and flows

9.3.11

River beds and associated waterholes on major rivers and channels

9.3.12

Melaleuca spp., Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Casuarina cunninghamiana fringing open forest on streams and channels

9.3.13

Melaleuca spp. ± Acacia spp. ± Syzygium spp. ± Leptospermum spp. fringing woodland on channels and levees

9.3.14

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± Casuarina cunninghamiana ± Melaleuca spp. fringing woodland on channels and levees

9.3.15

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. platyphylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on alluvial flats, levees and plains

9.3.16

Casuarina cunninghamiana and/or Eucalyptus camaldulensis or E. tereticornis fringing open forest on channels and levees on basalt flows

9.3.17

Eucalyptus coolabah and/or E. leptophleba woodland on alluvial plains

9.3.19

Eucalyptus microneura ± Corymbia spp. ± E. leptophleba woodland on alluvial plains

9.3.20

Eucalyptus crebra or E. cullenii ± Corymbia spp. open woodland on alluvial levees and terraces

9.3.22

Melaleuca viridiflora and/or M. citrolens low woodland ± Corymbia spp. emergents on alluvial deposits

9.3.24

Dichanthium spp., and/or Astrebla spp. ± Iseilema spp. grassland on alluvial deposits derived from basalt soils

9.3.25

Mixed grassland to open grassland including Eragrostis sp., Aristida sp., Enneapogon sp., Iseilema sp., Chloris sp. or Dichanthium sp. on non-basalt derived alluvial deposits

9.3.26

Iseilema sp., Dichanthium sp. grassland ± Eucalyptus spp. or Corymbia spp. emergents on alluvials on basalt geologies

9.3.27

Eucalyptus similis open forest on red kandosols on Tertiary plateaus, mesas and tablelands

9.5.1

Eucalyptus crebra ± E. drepanophylla and Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on sand plains

9.5.3

Eucalyptus melanophloia ± Corymbia dallachiana woodland on sand plains

9.5.4

Corymbia clarksoniana, Eucalyptus portuensis, E. crebra and C. citriodora in mixed open forests on red kandosols on Tertiary surfaces

9.5.5

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia spp. woodland on yellow kandosols on Tertiary remnant surfaces

9.5.6

Eucalyptus crebra and Corymbia erythrophloia ± C. polycarpa woodland on kandosols

9.5.7

Eucalyptus cullenii and/or E. leptophleba woodland on undulating plains on remnant Tertiary surfaces

9.5.8

Corymbia clarksoniana and/or Eucalyptus leptophleba and/or E. platyphylla woodland on plains

9.5.9

Eucalyptus microneura ± Terminalia spp. woodland on sand sheets

9.5.10

Eucalyptus persistens ± E. crebra woodland on flats on Tertiary remnant plains

9.5.11

Eucalyptus chlorophylla and/or E. tardecidens woodland on Tertiary plains

9.5.12

Melaleuca citrolens and/or Macropteranthes montana low woodland with Eucalyptus spp. emergents on Tertiary sand sheets

9.5.13

Melaleuca monantha ± M. viridiflora ± Callitris intratropica mixed low woodland on valley infill

9.5.15

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on Tertiary remnants

9.5.16

Eucalyptus persistens woodland on laterised and deeply weathered surfaces on undulating terrain

9.7.1

Acacia shirleyi low open forest to woodland on mesas and lateritised surfaces

9.7.2

Eucalyptus crebra or E. portuensis ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on lateritised surfaces and edges of Tertiary surfaces

9.7.3

Corymbia setosa and/or C. peltata low open woodland on lateritised and deeply weathered surfaces

9.7.5

Eucalyptus crebra ± Corymbia dallachiana ± E. leptophleba open woodland on plains and rocky rises of basalt geologies

9.8.1

Eucalyptus leptophleba ± Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. erythrophloia open woodland on basalt plains

9.8.2

Eucalyptus crebra ± E. tereticornis open woodland on basalt plains

9.8.4

Astrebla spp. ± Iseilema vaginiflorum grassland to Corymbia terminalis open woodland on basalt plains

9.8.5

Acacia cambagei low woodland on scree slopes and footslopes of basalt tablelands

9.8.6

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on cones, craters and rocky basalt flows with little soil development

9.8.7

Eucalyptus orgadophila ± Corymbia spp. open woodland on basalt plains and rocky basalt hills

9.8.9

Eucalyptus microneura ± Corymbia spp. ± Terminalia spp. woodland on basalt plains

9.8.11

Iseilema spp. and/or Dichanthium spp. tussock grassland on basalt plains

9.8.13

Eucalyptus chartaboma ± E. tetrodonta woodland on sandstone scarps and plateaus with shallow sandy soils

9.10.1

Acacia shirleyi ± mixed species woodland to open forest on sandstone

9.10.3

Eucalyptus melanophloia low woodland on skeletal soils on metamorphics hills

9.11.1

Eucalyptus crebra (or several other ironbark species) ± Corymbia spp. woodland on shallow texture contrast soils on low metamorphic hills and lowlands

9.11.2

Eucalyptus cullenii or E. staigeriana ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on skeletal soils on metamorphic hills

9.11.3

Eucalyptus crebra, Corymbia clarksoniana, C. citriodora ± E. portuensis open forest on shallow soils on metamorphic hills and ranges

9.11.4

Eucalyptus persistens ± E. crebra woodland on low metamorphic hills

9.11.5

Eucalyptus platyphylla and/or E. cullenii ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on texture contrast soils on metamorphic hills

9.11.7

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on limestone rock outcrops

9.11.8

Eucalyptus cloeziana, Corymbia citriodora, E. portuensis and E. cullenii mixed woodland on steep dissected hills on highly metalliferous metamorphic rocks

9.11.10

Eucalyptus cullenii, Corymbia hylandii and E. tetrodonta ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on metamorphic hills

9.11.12

Eucalyptus cullenii and Corymbia hylandii or C. erythrophloia open woodland on undulating plains and rises

9.11.13

Eucalyptus crebra and Corymbia citriodora ± Corymbia spp. woodland on metamorphic hills and mountains in far south-west of bioregion

9.11.14

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. cullenii and/or E. whitei ± Corymbia pocillum or C. erythrophloia woodland on metamorphic hills

9.11.15

Eucalyptus crebra ± Corymbia erythrophloia or C. pocillum woodland on steep to rolling hills

9.11.16

Corymbia peltata ± Eucalyptus crebra ± E. shirleyi or E. melanophloia low open woodland on metamorphic hills and mountains

9.11.17

Eucalyptus quadricostata ± Corymbia erythrophloia ± C. leichhardtii open woodland on metamorphic hills and ranges

9.11.18

Eucalyptus microneura ± Corymbia erythrophloia or C. pocillum low open woodland on rolling metamorphic hills and rises

9.11.23

Eucalyptus microneura or Melaleuca citrolens or E. whitei low open woodland with Triodia spp. ground layer on metamorphic low gravelly hills and rises

9.11.24

Eucalyptus tardecidens or E. chlorophylla ± Corymbia spp. ± E. cullenii low woodland on steep to rolling metamorphic hills and rises

9.11.25

Eucalyptus leptophleba and/or E. cullenii and/or Corymbia clarksoniana ± E. platyphylla woodland on undulating terrain to rolling hills

9.11.26

Acacia shirleyi ± Eucalyptus microneura ± E. crebra woodland on metamorphic hills and outcrops

9.11.28

Acacia leptostachya low woodland with emergents on stony and rocky metamorphic hills

9.11.30

Corymbia terminalis and/or Eucalyptus crebra and/or C. erythrophloia woodland on aprons surrounding limestone outcrops

9.11.31

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. xanthoclada and/or E. drepanophylla low open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.1

Eucalyptus portuensis, Corymbia citriodora, E. granitica or E. crebra, C. intermedia or C. clarksoniana mixed woodland on steep hills and ranges on igneous hills close to Wet Tropics boundary

9.12.2

Eucalyptus chartaboma ± Eucalyptus spp. ± Corymbia spp. woodland on sandy soils on igneous rocks

9.12.3

Eucalyptus shirleyi and/or E. melanophloia and/or Corymbia peltata and/or Callitris intratropica low open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.4

Eucalyptus quadricostata ± C. peltata open woodland on igneous hills and steep hills

9.12.5

Eucalyptus microneura ± Terminalia spp. ± Corymbia spp. low open woodland on igneous hills

9.12.6

Eucalyptus cullenii ± Corymbia leichhardtii ± C. erythrophloia woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.7

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on rocky outcrops and shallow soils of igneous rocks

9.12.8

Eucalyptus crebra and/or E. whitei ± Corymbia erythrophloia open woodland on steep to rolling hills on igneous rocks

9.12.11

Eucalyptus crebra and Corymbia erythrophloia ± E. microneura open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.12

Eucalyptus crebra ± Corymbia peltata ± C. pocillum ± Callitris intratropica low woodland on hills and steep hills on igneous rocks

9.12.13

Eucalyptus crebra and E. similis ± Callitris intratropica low open woodland on hills on igneous rocks

9.12.14

Eucalyptus staigeriana ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys low open woodland on hills on igneous rocks

9.12.15

Eucalyptus atrata ± Corymbia citriodora ± E. portuensis woodland on mountains and hills on igneous rocks

9.12.17

Eucalyptus crebra or E. exilipes ± Corymbia citriodora ± C. peltata open woodland on granites with thin sand sheet

9.12.18

Eucalyptus crebra or E. granitica ± Corymbia citriodora ± E. portuensis mixed woodland on igneous hills

9.12.19

Eucalyptus pachycalyx ± E. cloeziana ± Corymbia leichhardtii woodland on steep igneous hills

9.12.20

Eucalyptus drepanophylla, Corymbia clarksoniana or C. intermedia and C. dallachiana woodland on steep rugged igneous ranges

9.12.22

Eucalyptus drepanophylla or E. cebra, Corymbia leichhardtii and C. lamprophylla low open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.23

Eucalyptus drepanophylla or E. crebra and/or E. xanthoclada and Corymbia peltata woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.24

Eucalyptus melanophloia and/or E. shirleyi ± Corymbia erythrophloia low open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.27

Eucalyptus melanophloia low open woodland, often with E. crebra, on low hills on igneous rocks

9.12.28

Corymbia leichhardtii and Eucalyptus cloeziana mixed woodland on igneous hills

9.12.30

Eucalyptus leptophleba, Corymbia clarksoniana and E. crebra ± C. dallachiana woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.31

Eucalyptus persistens woodland on rhyolites and granites

9.12.32

Eucalyptus microneura ± Corymbia pocillum low open woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.33

Semi-evergreen vine thicket with Araucaria cunninghamii on steep hills on igneous rocks

9.12.34

Corymbia leichhardtii, C. lamprophylla, Pleiogynium timorense ± Araucaria cunninghamii open woodland on igneous hills

9.12.35

Cochlospermum gregorii or C. gillivraei deciduous low woodland on rocky outcrops

9.12.36

Acacia shirleyi ± Corymbia pocillum ± Eucalyptus microneura woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.37

Acacia shirleyi ± Eucalyptus shirleyi woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.38

Melaleuca citrolens ± Terminalia platyptera ± Corymbia dallachiana low open woodland on rolling igneous hills

9.12.40

Eucalyptus chlorophylla low open woodland on undulating low granodiorite hills

9.12.44

Part 7 Gulf Plains Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Tidal low coastal rises of shells, sand or mud, and associated gutters, usually with mangroves

2.1.2

Tidal channels and associated levees, usually with mangroves

2.1.3

Infrequently inundated clay plains and low samphire rises

2.1.4

Semi-deciduous microphyll vine thicket on coastal dunes

2.2.3

Corymbia bella ± C. polycarpa, C. confertiflora, Grevillea striata, Pandanus sp. woodland on coastal dunes

2.2.7

Grassland on low plains adjacent to estuarine zone

2.3.1

Freshwater and brackish wetlands in old river channels on low plains adjacent to estuarine zone

2.3.2

Astrebla spp. grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.3

Dichanthium spp. (blue grass) and Eulalia aurea (brown top) grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.4

Acacia cambagei woodland on plains on clays

2.3.7

Eucalyptus microtheca, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland and Aristida spp. on plains and low rises of texture contrast soils and earths

2.3.9

Eucalyptus microtheca and Eucalyptus chlorophylla low open woodland, and Melaleuca viridiflora woodlands and savannahs, on plains

2.3.10

Eucalyptus microtheca, Excoecaria parvifolia low open woodland and Dichanthium spp. on grey clay plains

2.3.11

Eucalyptus microtheca and/or Excoecaria parvifolia open woodland on seasonally flooded plains/depressions with numerous distributary channels

2.3.12

Deepwater lagoons with water lilies and sedges

2.3.16

Eucalyptus microtheca woodland on channels in fine textured alluvial plains

2.3.17

Atalaya hemiglauca and Grevillea striata low woodland on low rises and plains on red loamy soils

2.3.18

Corymbia bella, Corymbia polycarpa and Eucalyptus pruinosa woodland on low rises and plains on pale sandy soils

2.3.20

Eucalyptus leptophleba and Corymbia spp. woodland on low rises and plains on fine sands and red earths

2.3.21

Corymbia polycarpa and Melaleuca spp. woodland on sandy channels and levees

2.3.22

Melaleuca spp. woodland to open forest on sands in channels and on levees

2.3.24

Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Nauclea orientalis open forest fringing major tributaries

2.3.26

Melaleuca spp. woodland in depressions and shallow valleys on solodised soils and pale earths

2.3.28

Melaleuca spp. woodland fringing depressions and broad valleys on solodised soils

2.3.29

Melaleuca spp. woodland in seasonally flooded depressions on podsolic soils

2.3.30

Aristida spp. grassland in depressions and valley bottoms on fine-textured yellow earths

2.3.32

Eucalyptus microtheca open woodland and sedges in circular depressions in sand plains on cracking clays

2.3.33

Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodland and sedges in circular depressions on podsolic soils

2.3.34

Melaleuca spp. low woodland in bottoms of shallow valleys on solodised soils

2.3.36

Eucalyptus microtheca and/or E. microneura and/or Lysiphyllum spp. open woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.40

Aristida dominii, Chloris sp., Eriachne spp. ± Eragrostis basedowii, Iseilema sp. tussock grassland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of major watercourses

2.3.41

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, Melaleuca spp. open woodland on Quaternary alluvial plains with coarse-grained parent material

2.3.42

Eriachne spp., Dichanthium spp., Chrysopogon fallax, Eulalia aurea and Oryza australiensis in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial plains in the Mitchell-Gilbert Fans subregion

2.3.44

Eucalyptus microtheca or E. chlorophylla ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Corymbia confertiflora and Terminalia spp. low open woodland on breakaways and erosional surfaces of major watercourses

2.3.45

Corymbia terminalis, C. aparrerinja ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on river levees in dry, southern parts of the bioregion

2.3.46

Waterholes, bare sand and rock in the channels of major watercourses

2.3.50

Seasonal swamps. Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Melaleuca viridiflora open woodland in closed depressions on Tertiary sand sheets

2.3.51

Melaleuca spp., Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Lophostemon grandiflorus and Livistona rigida in mixed woodlands fringing major spring-fed watercourses

2.3.52

Corymbia polycarpa ± Melaleuca viridiflora open woodland fringing minor watercourses on Tertiary sand sheets in the north-east

2.3.54

Seasonal swamps (wooded). Melaleuca viridiflora and/or M. clarksonii low woodland in closed depressions on Tertiary to Quaternary deposits in the north

2.3.55

Melaleuca stenostachya and M. citrolens ± Eucalyptus microtheca, E. chlorophylla woodland on Quaternary alluvial plains in the north of the bioregion

2.3.56

Excoecaria parvifolia, Melaleuca spp., Grevillea striata and Hakea pedunculata in mixed tall open shrublands on coastal alluvial surfaces

2.3.59

Melaleuca acacioides and/or M. foliolosa tall shrubland on Quaternary alluvial deposits and breakaways

2.3.60

Eucalyptus microtheca woodland in seasonal swamps on active Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.61

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Atalaya hemiglauca woodland on scroll plains associated with meanders of major watercourses

2.3.63

Seasonal swamps (wooded). Eucalyptus microtheca and/or Melaleuca viridiflora low open woodland in closed depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.66

Dichanthium spp., Iseilema spp., Aristida spp. and Brachyachne convergens in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial deposits derived from coarse-grained parent material in the west

2.3.69

Eucalyptus pruinosa low woodland on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.70

Eucalyptus microneura ± E. leptophleba and Corymbia confertiflora woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of watercourses from the Einasleigh Uplands bioregion

2.3.71

Corymbia spp. and Erythrophleum chlorostachys in mixed woodlands on levees in active Quaternary alluvial systems (river deltas)

2.3.72

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Chrysopogon fallax and Themeda avenacea in mixed tussock grasslands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.1

Astrebla spp., Iseilema spp. ± Aristida latifolia, Eulalia aurea tussock grassland on Tertiary clay deposits

2.4.2

Acacia cambagei low woodland on Tertiary clay deposits and shallow clay depressions on plateau surfaces

2.4.3

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia low open woodland on Tertiary and early Quaternary clay plains

2.4.4

Atalaya hemiglauca, Grevillea striata, Acacia victoriae and Vachellia sutherlandii in mixed low open woodlands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.5

Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, Atalaya hemiglauca and Grevillea striata low woodland on plains on earths and sandy soils

2.5.1

Evergreen scrub on plains on mainly deep sandy soils

2.5.3

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia polycarpa open woodland on pale earths and sands on plains

2.5.5

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia spp. woodland to open forest on plains on red and yellow earths

2.5.6

Eucalyptus tetrodonta open forest on plains on deep podsolic soils

2.5.8

Eucalyptus microneura woodland on plains and plateaus on earths, podsolics and skeletal soils

2.5.9

Eucalyptus leucophylla, Corymbia terminalis and Eucalyptus tectifica woodland on sand plains on podsolic soils

2.5.10

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on plains on lateritic podsolic soils

2.5.11

Eucalyptus pruinosa low woodland on plains and low rises on red and yellow earths

2.5.12

Melaleuca spp. low woodland on plains on earths and podsolics (south)

2.5.14

Melaleuca citrolens and/or M. stenostachya low open woodland on Tertiary outwash deposits and sand sheets in the east

2.5.17

Corymbia setosa ± C. polycarpa, Erythrophleum chlorostachys, C. pocillum low open woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.18

Eucalyptus tetrodonta, E. chartaboma, Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Corymbia pocillum in mixed woodlands on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.19

Eucalyptus similis and/or E. chartaboma ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Corymbia spp. woodland on undulating Tertiary sand sheets, moderately high in the landscape

2.5.20

Corymbia spp., Eucalyptus pruinosa and Lysiphyllum cunninghamii in mixed woodlands on abandoned levees associated with clay plains

2.5.22

Eucalyptus pruinosa, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, E. chlorophylla and Corymbia setosa in mixed low open woodlands on sand sheets overlying Tertiary lateritic surfaces

2.5.23

Eucalyptus crebra and/or Corymbia citriodora ± C. brachycarpa, E. mediocris open forest on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.24

Eucalyptus similis and E. crebra ± Corymbia brachycarpa woodland on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.25

Eucalyptus melanophloia, Acacia julifera subsp. gilbertensis, Corymbia setosa and Melaleuca spp. in mixed low woodlands on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.26

Corymbia polycarpa and/or C. grandifolia ± C. confertiflora, Erythrophleum chlorostachys open woodland on reworked sand deposits on broad plains and plateau surfaces

2.5.28

Melaleuca spp., Lysiphyllum cunninghamii and Terminalia spp. in mixed low woodlands on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.30

Eucalyptus pruinosa, Grevillea striata and Atalaya hemiglauca ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on plains and low rises derived from deeply weathered siltstones

2.5.31

Eucalyptus microtheca open woodland on level plains derived from deeply weathered siltstones

2.5.32

Melaleuca spp. ± Eucalyptus pruinosa, Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa, Terminalia canescens low open woodland on sand sheets in the west

2.5.33

Acacia cambagei low woodland on gravelly deposits and deeply weathered surfaces

2.5.34

Aristida latifolia ± Enneapogon polyphyllus, Brachyachne convergens, Sporobolus spp., tussock grassland on thin, residual sand deposits overlying Tertiary clay plains

2.5.35

Eucalyptus tectifica ± E. chlorophylla, Corymbia grandifolia, Grevillea striata woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.36

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Terminalia platyptera, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on Tertiary sand sheets overlying Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.37

Acacia cambagei, Grevillea striata and Atalaya hemiglauca± Corymbia aparrerinja low open woodland on Quaternary sand sheets overlying clay plains

2.5.38

Eucalyptus pruinosa and/or Corymbia terminalis and/or C. aparrerinja low open woodland on Tertiary sand and gravel deposits

2.5.39

Acacia shirleyi low open forest or Melaleuca tamariscina shrubland on laterised mudstones on skeletal soils

2.7.1

Acacia shirleyi, Eucalyptus shirleyi, Corymbia setosa subsp. pedicellaris or Melaleuca acacioides woodland on low scarps on skeletal soils

2.7.2

Triodia spp. grassland on plateaus on skeletal soils and shallow earths

2.7.3

Eucalyptus leucophloia low woodland on lateritic scarps on skeletal soils

2.7.4

Terminalia canescens and Corymbia setosa subsp. pedicellaris woodland on dissected plateau margins on skeletal soils

2.7.5

Astrebla spp. grassland downs on shales with cracking clay soils

2.9.1

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea grassland on shales with cracking clay soils

2.9.2

Deciduous scrub and grasslands on deep cracking clays on mudstones

2.9.3

Acacia cambagei low woodland on shales with cracking clay soils

2.9.4

Melaleuca spp. and Corymbia polycarpa woodland on pale earths on mudstones

2.9.6

Eucalyptus chlorophylla woodland on lowlands on earths and clays

2.9.7

Eucalyptus microneura woodland on undulating plains on sandstones with sands and earths

2.10.1

Mixed eucalypt woodland on plateaus, mesas and scarps on shallow soils

2.10.2

Eucalyptus microneura woodland and Triodia pungens hummock grassland on scarps and stony ledges

2.10.4

Acacia shirleyi woodland and Triodia pungens hummock grassland on scarps and stony ledges

2.10.5

Eucalypt woodland and deciduous woodland on stony hills on folded sediments

2.11.1

Part 8 Mitchell Grass Downs Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Melaleuca spp. woodland on drainage lines

4.3.1

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± E. coolabah woodland on drainage lines

4.3.2

Eucalyptus coolabah, E. camaldulensis ± Lysiphyllum gilvum open woodland on drainage lines

4.3.3

Eucalyptus coolabah open woodland on drainage lines and/or plains

4.3.4

Eucalyptus coolabah ± E. camaldulensis ± Acacia georginae open woodland on drainage lines and/or plains

4.3.5

Atalaya hemiglauca ± Acacia georginae ± A. cyperophylla woodland on alluvium

4.3.6

Acacia cambagei low woodland on braided channels or alluvial plains

4.3.8

Acacia georginae and Eragrostis setifolia tall open shrubland on drainage lines and alluvial plains

4.3.9

Corymbia terminalis ± Lysiphyllum gilvum and Acacia victoriae low open woodland on alluvium

4.3.10

Eucalyptus coolabah ± E. camaldulensis open woodland on alluvium, billabongs and permanent waterholes

4.3.11

Chenopodium auricomum ± Muehlenbeckia florulenta open shrubland on swamps

4.3.12

Astrebla lappacea, Astrebla spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.14

Astrebla squarrosa ± Dichanthium spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.15

Astrebla elymoides ± A. squarrosa ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.16

Astrebla pectinata ± Astrebla spp. ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.17

Eulalia aurea, Astrebla squarrosa ± Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains

4.3.18

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvium

4.3.19

Atriplex spp. and Sclerolaena spp. ± Astrebla spp. ± short grasses ± forbs open herbland on braided or flat alluvial plains

4.3.20

Acacia tephrina low woodland on alluvium

4.3.23

Chenopodium auricomum ± Muehlenbeckia florulenta open shrubland on depressions on floodplains

4.3.24

Astrebla pectinata ± Aristida latifolia ± Eulalia aurea grassland on Tertiary sediments overlying limestone

4.4.1

Astrebla pectinata and Iseilema spp. grassland

4.4.2

Acacia aneura tall open shrubland on Quaternary sand sheets

4.5.2

Acacia aneura, Triodia brizoides or Triodia molesta tall open shrubland on Tertiary sand sheets

4.5.3

Archidendropsis basaltica and/or Acacia aneura ± Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on sand plains

4.5.4

Corymbia terminalis, Triodia pungens ± Acacia spp., Senna spp., Eucalyptus spp. low open woodland on sand plains

4.5.5

Acacia cambagei, Senna spp., Sida platycalyx tall open shrubland on Quaternary sand sheets

4.5.6

Acacia georginae (or A. cambagei), Sida platycalyx, Sclerolaena cornishiana tall open shrubland on Quaternary sand sheets

4.5.7

Triodia pungens hummock grassland wooded with Acacia spp. ± Eucalyptus spp. on Quaternary sand sheets

4.5.8

Acacia cambagei, Archidendropsis basaltica and mixed species open woodland on sand plains

4.5.9

Acacia shirleyi, Triodia spp. ± Eucalyptus spp. low woodland on scarps

4.7.1

Eucalyptus normantonensis tall open shrubland with Triodia spp. on plateau margins

4.7.2

Acacia cambagei tall open shrubland with Triodia spp. ± Senna spp. near eroding edges of Tertiary plateaus

4.7.4

Acacia chisholmii low shrubland

4.7.6

Eucalyptus leucophylla low open woodland ± Corymbia terminalis ± Triodia spp.

4.7.7

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland

4.7.8

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.1

Astrebla lappacea and A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.2

Astrebla pectinata and herbs ± Astrebla spp. grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.4

Seasonally variable mosaic of Astrebla lappacea and Sclerolaena spp. ± Enneapogon spp. open-tussock grassland and sparse to open forbland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.5

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with mixed tree species on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.6

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Acacia tephrina ± A. cambagei and Atalaya hemiglauca on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.7

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Atalaya hemiglauca ± Alectryon oleifolius ± Flindersia maculosa on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.8

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Acacia sutherlandii or A. victoriae on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.9

Acacia georginae tall open shrubland on Cambrian limestone

4.9.10

Acacia cambagei low woodland with scattered shrubs such as Eremophila mitchellii and Geijera parviflora on fresh Cretaceous sediments

4.9.11

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland with Astrebla pectinata ± Eulalia aurea on plains and low lying areas

4.9.12

Senna artemisioides subsp. helmsii ± S. artemisioides subsp. oligophylla ± Acacia georginae ± Acacia spp. open shrubland on tops and footslopes of Cambrian limestone residuals

4.9.13

Acacia georginae or A. cambagei low open woodland with Astrebla spp. on limestone

4.9.14

Acacia cambagei ± scattered shrub species including Santalum lanceolatum and Eremophila mitchellii tall open shrubland

4.9.16

Archidendropsis basaltica and mixed species including Ventilago viminalis and Lysiphyllum carronii on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.18

Clumps of Acacia harpophylla low woodland to tall shrubland with Astrebla spp. grassland on Cretaceous sediments sometimes with a covering of Tertiary deposits

4.9.19

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments with ashy soils

4.9.20

Part 9 Mulga Lands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodland on alluvium within Acacia aneura associations

6.3.1

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± E. coolabah ± Acacia cambagei woodland on major drainage lines or rivers

6.3.2

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± E. coolabah ± E. populnea, Acacia stenophylla woodland on alluvium

6.3.3

Acacia cambagei ± Eucalyptus ochrophloia woodland on alluvium

6.3.4

Eucalyptus ochrophloia ± Acacia cambagei ± E. coolabah woodland on alluvium

6.3.5

Acacia cambagei low woodland on braided channels or alluvial plains

6.3.6

Eucalyptus coolabah, Acacia stenophylla low open woodland on alluvium

6.3.7

Eucalyptus largiflorens ± Acacia cambagei woodland on alluvium

6.3.8

Eucalyptus coolabah, E. populnea open woodland on alluvium

6.3.9

Tecticornia spp. open-succulent shrubland on alluvium

6.3.10

Eleocharis pallens ± short grasses ± Eragrostis australasica open herbland on clays, associated with ephemeral lakes, billabongs and permanent waterholes

6.3.11

Acacia omalophylla ± A. microsperma ± Eucalyptus coolabah tall open shrubland on alluvium

6.3.12

Atriplex spp., Sclerolaena spp., species of Asteraceae and/or short grasses open herbland on alluvial plains

6.3.13

Astrebla spp., Dichanthium spp. open grassland on alluvium

6.3.14

Astrebla lappacea, A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on alluvium

6.3.15

Callitris glaucophylla, Acacia excelsa, Geijera parviflora ± Acacia aneura woodland on alluvial dunes

6.3.16

Callitris glaucophylla, Corymbia tessellaris, Acacia excelsa ± C. clarksoniana open woodland on old alluvial dunes and sand plains

6.3.17

Eucalyptus populnea ± Eremophila mitchellii ± Acacia aneura ± E. melanophloia woodland on flat alluvial plains

6.3.18

Acacia aneura, A. excelsa and/or Geijera parviflora low woodland on low alluvial sand dunes

6.3.21

Acacia victoriae ± Eucalyptus spp. tall open shrubland on old levees

6.3.22

Eucalyptus coolabah or E. populnea woodland on alluvial plains

6.3.24

Acacia harpophylla and/or A. cambagei low woodland to woodland on alluvial plains

6.3.25

Acacia harpophylla and/or A. cambagei low woodland on Quaternary deposits overlying older sediments

6.4.4

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea, E. melanophloia open forest on undulating lowlands

6.5.1

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea low woodland on run-on plains

6.5.6

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea ± E. intertexta low woodland on run-on areas

6.5.7

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea ± Eremophila gilesii low woodland

6.5.8

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia shrubby low woodland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.9

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± Grevillea striata, A. excelsa, Hakea ivoryi low woodland on sand plains

6.5.10

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea low woodland on sand plains

6.5.11

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia ± Brachychiton populneus low woodland on sand plains

6.5.13

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± Eremophila gilesii tall open shrubland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.14

Acacia aneura, Eucalyptus populnea ± Eremophila sturtii tall open shrubland on sand plains

6.5.15

Acacia aneura groved with Corymbia terminalis or C. blakei tall open shrubland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.16

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia ± Eremophila mitchellii low open woodland on plains

6.5.18

Callitris glaucophylla ± Angophora melanoxylon ± Eucalyptus melanophloia ± E. chloroclada open woodland on Cainozoic sediments derived from old alluvial levees and dunes

6.5.19

Atalaya hemiglauca ± Acacia aneura ± Acacia spp. ± Corymbia terminalis tall open shrubland on low dunes over alluvium

6.6.1

Triodia mitchellii ± T. marginata hummock grassland wooded with Eucalyptus melanophloia ± Eucalyptus spp. and Acacia spp. on low dunes

6.6.2

Acacia catenulata ± A. shirleyi ± Eucalyptus spp. open scrub on crests and slopes

6.7.1

Acacia microsperma open forest on upper and footslopes

6.7.2

Eucalyptus thozetiana or E. cambageana, Acacia harpophylla woodland on scarps

6.7.5

Eucalyptus thozetiana ± Acacia aneura open woodland on scarps and slopes

6.7.6

Acacia catenulata ± Eucalyptus thozetiana and/or A. ensifolia low open woodland with Triodia spp. and/or A. petraea ± A. aneura on scarps and plateaus

6.7.7

Acacia aneura ± A. clivicola ± Eremophila latrobei tall open shrubland on residuals

6.7.9

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± Corymbia terminalis tall shrubland on residuals

6.7.10

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus cambageana ± Eucalyptus thozetiana ± Eremophila latrobei tall shrubland on residuals

6.7.11

Acacia aneura ± Eucalyptus populnea ± E. melanophloia ± Eremophila gilesii tall shrubland on residuals

6.7.12

Acacia catenulata ± A. petraea tall shrubland on scarps and tops of ranges

6.7.13

Acacia clivicola ± Eucalyptus spp. open shrubland on crests and tops of residuals

6.7.14

Acacia brachystachya, A. aneura open shrubland on the lower slopes of residuals

6.7.15

Acacia clivicola, Eucalyptus exserta open shrubland on colluvials associated with residuals

6.7.16

Eriachne mucronata open grassland wooded with Acacia aneura and/or Corymbia terminalis on plains or flat tops of residuals

6.7.17

Acacia tephrina ± A. cambagei low open woodland on undulating plains over Cretaceous sediments

6.9.2

Acacia harpophylla woodland with emergent Eucalyptus cambageana with stony soils derived from Cretaceous sediments

6.9.3

Acacia cambagei, Senna spp., Sida platycalyx tall open shrubland on undulating mantled pediments and scarp retreat zones

6.9.4

Part 10 New England Tableland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Eucalyptus melanophloia woodland on metamorphics

13.11.4

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata open forest on metamorphics

13.11.6

Eucalyptus campanulata open forest on igneous rocks

13.12.1

Eucalyptus andrewsii, E. youmanii woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.2

Eucalyptus youmanii on igneous rocks

13.12.5

Part 11 Northwest Highlands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Acacia cambagei low open woodland to woodland on earths in valleys

1.3.4

Mixed eucalypt open woodland on sandy alluvial terraces

1.3.5

Corymbia aparrerinja, Corymbia terminalis open woodland on sandy terraces

1.3.6

Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodland on channels and levees (south)

1.3.7

Eucalyptus chlorophylla open woodland on alluvium

1.3.11

Eucalyptus leucophylla woodland on levees and minor drainage lines

1.3.13

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on levees of minor streams in limestone country

1.3.14

Eucalyptus pruinosa low woodland on recent alluvium

1.3.15

Eucalyptus miniata woodland on red earths on laterised plateaus

1.5.1

Mixed eucalypt woodland on sandy plains

1.5.2

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on red earths on plateaus

1.5.3

Eucalyptus leucophylla low open woodland on red earths in valleys

1.5.4

Atalaya hemiglauca, Ventilago viminalis, Grevillea striata low open woodland on red earth plains

1.5.6

Corymbia terminalis and/or Acacia aneura low open woodland on sandy red earth plains

1.5.7

Melaleuca citrolens and/or Eucalyptus pruinosa woodland on sandy plains

1.5.11

Eucalyptus pruinosa low open woodland on older alluvial and residual soils

1.5.13

Corymbia aparrerinja open woodland on sandy red earths

1.5.14

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Acacia cambagei low woodlands on red earths

1.5.16

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on sandy red earth plains

1.5.17

Acacia georginae and A. aneura low woodland on sandy red plains

1.5.19

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on skeletal soils on lateritic scarps and plateaus

1.7.1

Eucalyptus pruinosa low open woodland on calcareous red/brown earths

1.7.2

Acacia shirleyi low woodland on lateritic scarps and hills

1.7.5

Acacia shirleyi low woodland on red soil plains overlying ferricrete

1.7.6

Corymbia capricornia ± Eucalyptus leucophloia or E. miniata low open woodland on silcrete

1.7.7

Astrebla spp. (Mitchell grass) grassland on shallow clays on limestones

1.9.1

Mixed shrubby woodland on rocky limestone hills

1.9.4

Eucalyptus leucophylla low open woodland to woodland on low hills on limestones and calcareous shales

1.9.5

Eucalyptus pruinosa low open woodland on shale hills

1.9.7

Corymbia terminalis and/or Eucalyptus leucophylla and/or Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on limestone

1.9.11

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on shale hills

1.9.13

Triodia pungens hummock grassland with emergent Eucalyptus pruinosa on Precambrian shales

1.9.14

Corymbia aspera low open woodland on rocky soils

1.10.3

Eucalyptus leucophloia and/or Acacia spp. low open woodland on stony sandstone plateaus

1.10.4

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland

1.11.2

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on basic metamorphics

1.11.3

Eucalyptus pruinosa low open woodland on shallow soils in valleys below folded sediments

1.11.4

Corymbia terminalis and Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on folded limestones

1.11.6

Terminalia aridicola and/or Corymbia aspera low open woodland to low woodland, usually with vine-scrub species, on rock outcrops

1.11.8

Mixed low open woodland on metamorphic plains

1.11.10

Triodia spp. hummock grassland on metamorphic hills (south)

1.11.11

Triodia pungens hummock grassland (north)

1.11.12

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on granites

1.12.1

Eucalyptus melanophloia (silver-leaved ironbark) low open woodland on low hills and torfields on biotite granites

1.12.2

Eucalyptus leucophylla and/or Corymbia terminalis ± C. aparrerinja low open woodland on igneous rocks

1.12.3

Terminalia aridicola and Brachychiton collinus low open woodland on torfields

1.12.7

Part 12 Southeast Queensland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Saltpan vegetation including grassland, herbland and sedgeland on marine clay plains

12.1.2

Mangrove shrubland to low closed forest on marine clay plains and estuaries

12.1.3

Corymbia intermedia ± Lophostemon confertus ± Banksia spp. ± Callitris columellaris open forest on beach ridges usually in southern half of bioregion

12.2.5

Eucalyptus racemosa open forest on dunes and sand plains, usually deeply leached soils

12.2.6

Melaleuca quinquenervia or, rarely, M. dealbata open forest on sand plains

12.2.7

Eucalyptus pilularis open forest on parabolic high dunes

12.2.8

Banksia aemula low open woodland on dunes and sand plains, usually deeply leached soils

12.2.9

Corymbia tessellaris ± Eucalyptus tereticornis, C. intermedia and Livistona decora woodland on beach ridges in northern half of bioregion

12.2.11

Foredune complex

12.2.14

Gahnia sieberiana, Empodisma minus, Gleichenia spp. closed sedgeland in coastal swamps

12.2.15

Melaleuca quinquenervia open forest on coastal alluvium

12.3.5

Melaleuca quinquenervia ± Eucalyptus tereticornis, Lophostemon suaveolens open forest on coastal alluvial plains

12.3.6

Eucalyptus tereticornis, Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana ± Melaleuca spp. fringing woodland

12.3.7

Eucalyptus latisinensis or E. exserta, Melaleuca viridiflora var. viridiflora woodland on alluvial plains

12.3.12

Closed heathland on seasonally waterlogged alluvial plains usually near coast

12.3.13

Open forest complex with Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata on subcoastal remnant Tertiary surfaces, usually deep red soils

12.5.1

Eucalyptus latisinensis ± Corymbia intermedia, C. trachyphloia subsp. trachyphloia, Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus exserta woodland on complex of remnant Tertiary surfaces and Cainozoic and Mesozoic sediments

12.5.4

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata ± Eucalyptus portuensis or E. acmenoides, E. fibrosa subsp. fibrosa open forest on remnant Tertiary surfaces, usually deep red soils

12.5.7

Eucalyptus latisinensis and/or Banksia aemula low open woodland on complex of remnant Tertiary surface and Tertiary sedimentary rocks

12.5.10

Eucalyptus campanulata tall open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.1

Complex notophyll vine forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks at altitude of less than 600m

12.8.3

Complex notophyll vine forest with Araucaria spp. on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.4

Complex notophyll vine forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks, usually at altitude of more than 600m

12.8.5

Lophostemon confertus open forest on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.9

Eucalyptus eugenioides, E. biturbinata, E. melliodora ± E. tereticornis, Corymbia intermedia woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.14

Eucalyptus melanophloia ± E. crebra, E. tereticornis, Corymbia tessellaris woodland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

12.8.17

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata ± Eucalyptus crebra open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.2

Eucalyptus racemosa subsp. racemosa woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.4

Woodland complex often with Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. Trachyphloia, C. citriodora subsp. variegata, Eucalyptus crebra, E. fibrosa subsp. fibrosa on quartzose sandstone

12.9–10.5

Eucalyptus pilularis tall open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.14

Eucalyptus acmenoides, E. major, E. siderophloia ± Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.17

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9–10.19

Eucalyptus acmenoides or E. portuensis woodland, usually with Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. trachyphloia, on Cainozoic to Proterozoic sediments

12.9–10.21

Simple notophyll vine forest often with abundant Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (gully vine forest) on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.1

Eucalyptus saligna or E. grandis, E. microcorys, Lophostemon confertus tall open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.2

Eucalyptus siderophloia, E. propinqua ± E. microcorys, Lophostemon confertus, Corymbia intermedia, E. acmenoides open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.3

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata, Eucalyptus siderophloia, E. major open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.5

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata, Eucalyptus crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.6

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.7

Notophyll vine forest ± Araucaria cunninghamii on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.10

Araucarian microphyll vine forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics, usually in southern half of bioregion

12.11.11

Eucalyptus moluccana woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.18

Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.22

Eucalyptus carnea, E. tindaliae, Corymbia intermedia ± E. siderophloia or E. crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.24

Eucalyptus pilularis tall open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks especially granite

12.12.2

Open forest complex with Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata, Eucalyptus siderophloia or E. crebra or E decolor, E. major and/or E. longirostrata, E. acmenoides or E. portuensis on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.3

Eucalyptus acmenoides ± Syncarpia glomulifera tall open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks, especially granite

12.12.4

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata, Eucalyptus crebra open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.5

Eucalyptus crebra woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.7

Eucalyptus portuensis or E. acmenoides, Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. trachyphloia woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.11

Araucarian complex microphyll to notophyll vine forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.13

Corymbia intermedia ± Eucalyptus propinqua, E. siderophloia, E. microcorys, Lophostemon confertus open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.15

Notophyll vine forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.16

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. eugenioides woodland on crests, upper slopes and elevated valleys and plains on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.23

Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus crebra woodland on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.24

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa woodland to open forest on Mesozoic to Proterozoic igneous rocks

12.12.25

Part 13 Wet Tropics Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mangrove closed shrub to open forest of areas subject to regular tidal inundation

7.1.1

Melaleuca quinquenervia and/or Melaleuca cajaputi closed forest to shrubland on poorly drained alluvial plains

7.3.5

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Eucalyptus spp. ± Lophostemon suaveolens open forest to open woodland on poorly drained alluvial plains

7.3.8

Eucalyptus platyphylla woodland to open forest on alluvial plains

7.3.16

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris ± E. drepanophylla open forest to open woodland on alluvial plains

7.3.45

Complex mesophyll to mesophyll vine forest on well-drained basalt lowlands and foothills

7.8.1

Complex mesophyll vine forest of high rainfall, cloudy uplands on basalt, including small areas of wind-sheared notophyll vine forest on ridgelines

7.8.2

Simple to complex notophyll vine forest of cloudy wet highlands on basalt

7.8.4

Simple to complex mesophyll to notophyll vine forest on moderately to poorly drained metamorphics (excluding amphibolites) of moderate fertility of the moist and wet lowlands, foothills and uplands

7.11.1

Eucalyptus pellita ± Corymbia intermedia open forest (or vine forest with E. pellita and C. intermedia emergents) on lowlands and foothills on metamorphics

7.11.5

Complex notophyll vine forest with Agathis robusta emergents on foothills and uplands on metamorphics

7.11.7

Simple notophyll vine forest of moist to very wet metamorphic uplands and highlands

7.11.12

Corymbia nesophila, Corymbia clarksoniana, Eucalyptus platyphylla open woodland to open forest on gently sloping metamorphic lowlands and foothills

7.11.20

Eucalyptus leptophleba woodland to open forest on metamorphic uplands of the dry rainfall zone

7.11.21

Eucalyptus portuensis ± Corymbia citriodora woodland to open forest on metamorphics

7.11.35

Corymbia clarksoniana and/or Eucalyptus drepanophylla open forest to woodland on metamorphics

7.11.51

Simple to complex mesophyll to notophyll vine forest of moderately to poorly drained granites and rhyolites of moderate fertility of the moist and wet lowlands, foothills and uplands

7.12.1

Simple to complex microphyll to notophyll vine forest, often with Agathis robusta or A. microstachya, on granites and rhyolites of moist foothills and uplands

7.12.7

Simple to complex notophyll vine forest and semi-evergreen notophyll vine forest of rocky areas and talus on moist foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.11

Simple to complex notophyll vine forest, including small areas of Araucaria bidwillii, of cloudy wet and moist uplands and highlands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.16

Simple microphyll vine–fern forest with Balanops australiana, Elaeocarpus spp. ± Trochocarpa bellendenkerensis ± Uromyrtus spp. ± Agathis atropurpurea of cloudy wet highlands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.19

Eucalyptus grandis open forest to woodland, or Corymbia intermedia, E. pellita and E. grandis open forest to woodland, (or vine forest with these species as emergents) on granites and rhyolites

7.12.21

Eucalyptus resinifera ± E. portuensis ± Syncarpia glomulifera tall open forest to tall woodland (or vine forest with these species as emergents) of granite and rhyolite uplands and highlands

7.12.22

Eucalyptus portuensis and Corymbia intermedia open forest to woodland (or vine forest with E. portuensis and C. intermedia emergents) on foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.24

Syncarpia glomulifera ± Corymbia intermedia ± Allocasuarina spp. open forest, or Lophostemon suaveolens, Allocasuarina littoralis, C. intermedia shrubland ± vine forest spp. on exposed ridgelines or steep slopes on granites and rhyolites

7.12.26

Eucalyptus reducta open forest to woodland on uplands and highlands on shallow granitic and rhyolitic soils

7.12.27

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± E. drepanophylla ± Corymbia spp. open woodland to open forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.28

Corymbia intermedia and/or Lophostemon suaveolens open forest to woodland ± areas of Allocasuarina littoralis and A. torulosa on uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.29

Corymbia citriodora ± Eucalyptus portuensis woodland to open forest on granites and rhyolites

7.12.30

Eucalyptus portuensis and/or E. drepanophylla ± C. intermedia ± C. citriodora ± E. granitica open woodland to open forest on uplands on granites

7.12.34

Corymbia clarksoniana ± C. tessellaris ± Eucalyptus drepanophylla ± C. intermedia open forest to woodland, or E. drepanophylla woodland, of moist to dry lowlands, foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.53

Eucalyptus tereticornis ± E. granitica woodland to open forest of foothills and uplands on granites and rhyolites

7.12.61

Rock pavements or areas of skeletal soil on granite and rhyolite of dry western or southern areas ± shrublands to closed forests of Acacia spp. and/or Lophostemon suaveolens and/or Allocasuarina littoralis and/or Eucalyptus lockyeri subsp. exuta

7.12.65

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Schedule 4 Grassland regional ecosystems—Act, schedule

section 8(4) and (6)

Part 1 Brigalow Belt Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium sericeum and/or Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains. Cracking clay soils

11.3.21

Themeda avenacea grassland on alluvial plains. Basalt derived soils

11.3.24

Dichanthium spp., Astrebla spp. grassland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.4

Dichanthium sericeum, Astrebla spp. and patchy Acacia harpophylla, Eucalyptus coolabah on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.11

Themeda triandra grassland on Cainozoic igneous rock

11.8.10

Dichanthium sericeum grassland on Cainozoic igneous rocks

11.8.11

Part 2 Cape York Peninsula Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Schoenoplectus spp. sedgelands in depressions on tidal flats

3.1.7

Eriachne spp. ± Aristida spp. closed tussock grassland in longitudinal drainage depressions

3.3.56

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on coastal plains

3.3.57

Sarga plumosum closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.3.59

Sorghum plumosum var. plumosum ± Themeda arguens closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.5.29

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on basalt vents and cones

3.8.4

Heteropogon triticeus, Themeda arguens closed tussock grassland on plains in central Peninsula

3.9.8

Themeda triandra tall grassland or Asteromyrtus lysicephala, Neofabricia myrtifolia, Grevillea pteridifolia dwarf open heathlands on headlands and islands

3.11.19

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on steep slopes

3.12.30

Schizachyrium spp. ± Eriachne spp. tussock grassland on rocky ranges and rock pavements

3.12.32

Heteropogon triticeus or Themeda triandra or Schizachyrium fragile tussock grassland on rocky igneous coastal headlands and islands

3.12.48

Part 3 Central Queensland Coast Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Grassland or Xanthorrhoea latifolia subsp. latifolia shrubland/heathland with Themeda triandra and/or Heteropogon contortus on exposed rocky headlands on metamorphosed sediments, subject to strong sea breezes and salt-laden winds

8.11.9

Part 4 Channel Country Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Aristida spp., Eriachne pulchella open grassland wooded with Eucalyptus spp. ± Acacia stowardii on plains

5.7.9

Aristida latifolia and A. contorta sparse grassland wooded with Acacia tetragonophylla ± Senna spp. on Cretaceous sediments

5.7.10

Triodia longiceps ± Triodia spp. hummock grassland on talus slopes of dissected tablelands and residuals

5.7.15

Astrebla pectinata ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments with gibbers

5.9.3

Aristida contorta ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments with dense gravel cover

5.9.4

Part 5 Desert Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla spp., Iseilema vaginiflorum and/or Dichanthium fecundum or Bothriochloa ewartiana tussock grassland on alluvial plains

10.3.7

Aristida latifolia and Brachyachne convergens sparse-tussock grassland or Sclerolaena spp. dwarf open shrubland on alluvial plains

10.3.8

Dichanthium sericeum and/or Astrebla spp. and/or Panicum laevinode tussock grassland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.8

Part 6 Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium spp., and/or Astrebla spp. ± Iseilema sp. grassland on alluvial deposits derived from basalt soils

9.3.25

Mixed grassland to open grassland including Eragrostis sp., Aristida sp., Enneapogon sp., Iseilema sp., Chloris sp., or Dichanthium sp. on non-basalt derived alluvial deposits

9.3.26

Astrebla spp. ± Iseilema vaginiflorum tussock grassland ± emergent Corymbia terminalis on basalt plains

9.8.5

Dichanthium spp. or Bothriochloa spp. ± Iseilema spp. tussock grassland on basalt plains

9.8.13

Dichanthium sericeum, Heteropogon contortus, Aristida spp. grassland very sparsely wooded with Corymbia spp. And Terminalia spp. on rolling hills of acid volcanics

9.12.42

Part 7 Gulf Plains Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Chrysopogon elongatus, Eriachne spp., Perotis rara and Aristida holathera in mixed tussock grasslands on coastal dunes

2.2.4

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.3

Blue grass (Dichanthium spp.) and brown top (Eulalia aurea) grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.4

Wire grass (Aristida spp.) grassland in depressions and valley bottoms, on fine-textured yellow earths

2.3.32

Aristida dominii, Chloris sp., Eriachne spp. ± Eragrostis basedowii, Iseilema sp. tussock grassland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of major watercourses

2.3.41

Sporobolus mitchellii ± Cyperus bifax, Astrebla elymoides, Chenopodium auricomum tussock grassland on seasonally inundated alluvial plains and drainage depressions

2.3.43

Eriachne spp., Dichanthium spp., Chrysopogon fallax, Eulalia aurea and Oryza australiensis in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial plains in the Mitchell-Gilbert Fans subregion

2.3.44

Panicum trachyrhachis closed tussock grassland in shallow depressions on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.57

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

Dinebra neesii, Panicum trachyrhachis, Dichanthium sericeum and Oryza spp. in mixed tussock grasslands in shallow depressions on Tertiary clay plains

2.3.67

Dichanthium spp., Iseilema spp., Aristida spp. and Brachyachne convergens in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial deposits derived from coarse-grained parent material in the west

2.3.69

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Chrysopogon fallax and Themeda avenacea in mixed tussock grasslands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.1

Astrebla spp., Iseilema spp. ± Aristida latifolia, Eulalia aurea tussock grassland on Tertiary clay deposits

2.4.2

Aristida latifolia ± Enneapogon polyphyllus, Brachyachne convergens, Sporobolus spp., tussock grassland on thin, residual sand deposits overlying Tertiary clay plains

2.5.35

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland downs on shales on cracking clays

2.9.1

Blue grass (Dichanthium spp.), browntop downs (Eulalia aurea) grassland on shales on cracking clays

2.9.2

Part 8 Mitchell Grass Downs Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla lappacea, Astrebla spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.14

Astrebla squarrosa ± Dichanthium spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.15

Astrebla elymoides ± A. squarrosa ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.16

Astrebla pectinata ± Astrebla spp. ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.17

Eulalia aurea, Astrebla squarrosa ± Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains

4.3.18

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvium

4.3.19

Astrebla pectinata ± Aristida latifolia ± Eulalia aurea grassland on Tertiary sediments overlying limestone

4.4.1

Astrebla and Iseilema grassland

4.4.2

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.1

Astrebla lappacea and A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.2

Astrebla pectinata and herbs ± Astrebla spp. grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.4

Astrebla lappacea and Sclerolaena spp. ± Enneapogon spp. open herbland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.5

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Acacia tephrina ± A. cambagei and Atalaya hemiglauca on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.7

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Atalaya hemiglauca ± Alectryon oleifolius ± Flindersia maculosa on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.8

Astrebla spp. grassland wooded with Acacia sutherlandii or A. victoriae on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.9

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.20

Part 9 Mulga Lands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla spp., Dichanthium spp. open grassland on alluvium

6.3.14

Astrebla lappacea, A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on alluvium

6.3.15

Eriachne mucronata open grassland wooded with Acacia aneura and/or Corymbia terminalis on plains or flat tops of residuals

6.7.17

Part 10 Northwest Highlands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland on shallow clays on limestones

1.9.1

Part 11 South East Queensland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Triodia brizoides and/or T. molesta hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.4

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on Cambrian limestones

1.9.12

Triodia pungens hummock grassland with emergent Eucalyptus pruinosa on Precambrian shales

1.9.14

Triodia spp. hummock grassland on metamorphic hills (south)

1.11.11

Triodia pungens hummock grassland (north)

1.11.12

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5

Hummock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.6

Mixed closed-tussock grassland to closed herbland on coral, shingle and sand cays

12.2.17

Dichanthium spp., Themeda triandra grassland on igneous rocks

12.8.27

Part 12 Wet Tropics Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Imperata cylindrica and/or Sorghum nitidum and/or Mnesithea rottboellioides and/or Themeda triandra closed tussock grassland on alluvial plains

7.3.32

Themeda triandra, or Imperata cylindrica, Sorghum nitidum and Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland, on metamorphic headlands and near-coastal hills

7.11.39

sch 4 amd 2013 SL No. 256 s 8; 2018 SL No. 23 s 6

Schedule 5 Grassland regional ecosystems—Act, section 8

section 8(5) and (6)

Part 1 Brigalow Belt Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium sericeum and/or Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains. Cracking clay soils

11.3.21

Themeda avenacea grassland on alluvial plains. Basalt derived soils

11.3.24

Dichanthium spp., Astrebla spp. grassland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.4

Themeda triandra grassland on Cainozoic igneous rock

11.8.10

Part 2 Cape York Peninsula Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Schoenoplectus spp. sedgelands in depressions on tidal flats

3.1.7

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on coastal plains

3.3.57

Sorghum plumosum var. plumosum ± Themeda arguens closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.5.29

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on basalt vents and cones

3.8.4

Heteropogon triticeus, Themeda arguens closed tussock grassland on plains in central Peninsula

3.9.8

Themeda triandra tall grassland or Asteromyrtus lysicephala, Neofabricia myrtifolia, Grevillea pteridifolia dwarf open heathlands on headlands and islands

3.11.19

Imperata cylindrica ± Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland on steep slopes

3.12.30

Part 3 Channel Country Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla pectinata ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments with gibbers

5.9.3

Aristida contorta ± short grasses ± forbs on Cretaceous sediments with dense gravel cover

5.9.4

Part 4 Desert Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium sericeum and/or Astrebla spp. and/or Panicum laevinode tussock grassland on Cainozoic lake beds

10.4.8

Part 5 Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium spp., and/or Astrebla spp. ± Iseilema sp. grassland on alluvial deposits derived from basalt soils

9.3.25

Mixed grassland to open grassland including Eragrostis sp., Aristida sp., Enneapogon sp., Iseilema sp., Chloris sp., or Dichanthium sp. on non-basalt derived alluvial deposits

9.3.26

Dichanthium spp. or Bothriochloa spp. ± Iseilema spp. tussock grassland on basalt plains

9.8.13

Part 6 Gulf Plains Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.3

Blue grass (Dichanthium spp.) and brown top (Eulalia aurea) grassland on plains of cracking clays

2.3.4

Wire grass (Aristida spp.) grassland in depressions and valley bottoms, on fine-textured yellow earths

2.3.32

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland downs on shales on cracking clays

2.9.1

Blue grass (Dichanthium spp.), browntop downs (Eulalia aurea) grassland on shales on cracking clays

2.9.2

Part 7 Mitchell Grass Downs Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla lappacea, Astrebla spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.14

Astrebla squarrosa ± Dichanthium spp. ± Eulalia aurea grassland on alluvium

4.3.15

Astrebla elymoides ± A. squarrosa ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.16

Astrebla pectinata ± Astrebla spp. ± Aristida latifolia grassland on alluvium

4.3.17

Eulalia aurea, Astrebla squarrosa ± Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvial plains

4.3.18

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Astrebla spp. grassland on alluvium

4.3.19

Astrebla pectinata ± Aristida latifolia ± Eulalia aurea grassland on Tertiary sediments overlying limestone

4.4.1

Astrebla and Iseilema grassland

4.4.2

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.1

Astrebla lappacea and A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.2

Astrebla pectinata and herbs ± Astrebla spp. grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.4

Astrebla lappacea and Sclerolaena spp. ± Enneapogon spp. open herbland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.5

Astrebla lappacea ± Aristida latifolia ± Panicum decompositum grassland on Cretaceous sediments

4.9.20

Part 8 Mulga Lands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Astrebla spp., Dichanthium spp. open grassland on alluvium

6.3.14

Astrebla lappacea, A. pectinata ± A. elymoides grassland on alluvium

6.3.15

Part 9 Northwest Highlands Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) grassland on shallow clays on limestones

1.9.1

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5

Part 10 South East Queensland Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Dichanthium spp., Themeda triandra grassland on igneous rocks

12.8.27

Part 11 Wet Tropics Bioregion

Column 1

Regional ecosystem

Column 2

Regional ecosystem number

Imperata cylindrica and/or Sorghum nitidum and/or Mnesithea rottboellioides and/or Themeda triandra closed tussock grassland on alluvial plains

7.3.32

Themeda triandra, or Imperata cylindrica, Sorghum nitidum and Mnesithea rottboellioides closed tussock grassland, on metamorphic headlands and near-coastal hills

7.11.39

sch 5 amd 2018 SL No. 23 s 7

Schedule 6 Species prescribed for Act, section 70A(3)

section 10

Part 1 Trees of any diameter overbark

Common name

Botanical name

Sandalwood

Santalum lanceolatum

Part 2 Trees with a diameter overbark of more than 29cm at 1.3m above ground level

Common name

Botanical name

Blackbutt

Eucalyptus pilularis

Broad-leaved red ironbark

Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa

Caley’s ironbark

Eucalyptus caleyi

Cooktown ironbark

Erythrophleum chlorostachys

Darwin stringybark

Eucalyptus tetrodonta

Forest red gum

Eucalyptus tereticornis

Grey ironbark

Eucalyptus drepanophylla

Grey ironbark (in south)

Eucalyptus siderophloia (in south)

Gympie messmate

Eucalyptus cloeziana

Lemon-scented gum (sometimes also called spotted gum)

Corymbia citriodora subsp. citriodora

Melville Island bloodwood

Corymbia nesophila

Narrow-leaved red ironbark

Eucalyptus crebra

River red gum

Eucalyptus camaldulensis

Rose gum

Eucalyptus grandis

Spotted gum

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata

Sugar gum

Angophora costata

Sydney blue gum

Eucalyptus saligna

Tallowwood

Eucalyptus microcorys

White mahogany

Eucalyptus acmenoides

White mahogany

Eucalyptus apothalassica

White mahogany

Eucalyptus mediocris

White mahogany

Eucalyptus portuensis

White mahogany

Eucalyptus psammitica

White stringybark

Eucalyptus eugenioides

White stringybark

Eucalyptus mensalis

White stringybark

Eucalyptus reducta

White stringybark

Eucalyptus tindaliae

Yellow box

Eucalyptus melliodora

Yellow jacket

Eucalyptus bloxsomei

Part 3 Trees with a diameter overbark of more than 19cm at 1.3m above ground level

Common name

Botanical name

White cypress pine

Callitris glaucophylla

Schedule 7 Fees

section 12

  

$

1

Application for making a PMAV (Act, s 20C(2)(c))

449.20

2

Preparing a restoration plan (Act, s 55AB(4))—

 
 

(a)  if a field visit is not required

913.00

 

(b)  if a field visit is required

3,924.00

sch 7 amd 2013 SL No. 84 s 56; 2013 SL No. 256 s 9; 2014 SL No. 78 s 57

sub 2015 SL No. 39 s 62; 2016 SL No. 59 s 78; 2017 SL No. 71 s 78

amd 2018 SL No. 56 s 15

sub 2018 SL No. 63 s 76

Schedule 8 Dictionary

section 2

field visit means an inspection or assessment of an area by an authorised officer to assist in the development of a restoration plan for the area.
GPS means global positioning system.
identifiable fixed features include road intersections, fence intersections, survey marks and built infrastructure.
key resource area ...

def key resource area om 2017 SL No. 103 s 140

Map Grid of Australia 1994 means the cartesian coordinate system called the Map Grid of Australia 1994 under the ‘Geocentric Datum of Australia Technical Manual’, published by the Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping.

Editor’s note—

At the commencement of this provision, a copy of the manual was available on the committee’s website.
property means a parcel of land or a group of contiguous parcels of land managed as part of a single enterprise.