Bullawa Creek State Conservation Area, NSW, Australia
Here a few photos taken at Bullawa Creek SCA. Located on the western edge of the Great Dividing Range, this park has an inland climate. It is a recent creation and still in the process of renaturalisation (former state forest). It is dominated by eucalypts, i.e. sclerophyll woodland. But there are lots of Cypress pines too, which attract bird species such as Red-capped Robins. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE. For photos of Bullawa Creek in flood, please contact us (see footer).
This park forms part of a chain of nature reserves called the "Brigalow and Nandewar Community", which was created to protect fauna and flora along the western slopes of the Nandewar Range, which in turn is part of the Australian Great Dividing Range.
Amongst others, the following bird species have been observed by us at Bullawa Creek SCA: Australian Ringneck (in this case "Mallee Ringneck"), Speckled Warbler, Yellow-faced Honeyeater, White-eared Honeyeater and Brown-headed Honeyeater (see below).
Semi-arid sclerophyll woodland at Bullawa Creek SCA
Artificial dam at Bullawa Creek SCA
Darling Lilies at Bullawa Creek SCA after good rain in April 2020