Eucalyptus victrix/microtheca


The Western Coolibah has a wide geographical range. The bark is usually smooth and whitish to pale grey. Indigenous to the arid and semi-arid areas of Australia, the coolibah adapts to most soil types from deep sand to clay – characteristically lining the edges of swamps, lagoons and watercourses. The coolibah has cream flowers from December to February. The wood has been used in the past for firewood and fencing.