White box - yellow box - Blakely's red gum grassy woodlands and derived native grasslands

Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2006

Nationally threatened species and ecological communities guidelines
EPBC Act policy statement

About this policy statement

The Listing Information Guide for this ecological community is intended to provide a guide for stakeholders on why the ecological community has been listed, what the ecological community is and how to identify it.

The species list below is designed to provide information about plant species that can be found in the ecological community. The species list was developed to complement the Listing Information Guide, and should be read in that context. It provides information on scientific and common names of the species, the kind of plant the species is, whether it is an 'important' species for the purposes of this ecological community and whether it is exotic or native, perennial or annual. This document can be downloaded as a pdf, or as an excel spreadsheet if you would like to sort the list or otherwise manipulate the data.

The list is not exhaustive and not all of the species listed will occur in every patch of the ecological community. If there are any species that you think should be added to the list, removed from the list, or that are categorised incorrectly, please email: speciespolicy@environment.gov.au. As such, this document may change over time and you should check that you are referring to the most recent version of the list.

This policy statement should be read in conjunction with Significant Impact Guidelines 1.1 - Matters of National Environmental Significance

There may be other EPBC Act Policy Statements available which provide further guidance.