Pilliga West State Conservation Area, NSW, Australia
Here a few photos taken at the West Pilliga SCA. It forms the western part of what was once known as the Pilliga scrub. As such, it is part of the largest remaining contiguous piece of woodland in NSW outside the Great Dividing Range. Although not found by us there yet, one of the SCA's attractions is the presence of Crested Bellbirds. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
(See also Pilliga scrub.)
Here a part of the Pilliga West SCA that is dominated by eucalypts
Other parts of the Pilliga West SCA feature scrub dominated by casuarinas
The main thoroughfare through the Pilliga West SCA is the Western Way
The water supply in the Gilgais is reliable enough to support, e.g., a population of Black-fronted Dotterels.
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