The country to this is good, with occasionally a little ironstone and gravel, timber of stringy-bark, and a little low gum scrub.
The range was of red soil, timbered with bloodwood, and stringy-bark.
Mitrasacme elata, and all the other little plants I have before mentioned, were growing in the stringy-bark forest.
The timber is stringy-bark, some splendid trees; amongst them gums and a number of pines, also very fine.
The stringy-bark tree, and Tristania, were growing on the sandy soil, and the latter near watercourses.
The timber is the same as yesterday in some places; the stringy-bark is much larger.
The bergue was covered with fine bloodwood trees, stringy-bark and box.
The frame was of wood, with slab walls, and was roofed with sheets of bark from a tree called the “stringy-bark tree.”
A hut in a dark gully; slab and stringy-bark, two rooms and a detached kitchen with the boys' room roughly partitioned off it.
The two-roomed house is built of round timber, slabs, and stringy-bark, and floored with split slabs.