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ironbark

(ˈaɪənˌbɑːk)
n
(Plants) any of several Australian eucalyptus trees that have hard rough bark
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With artworks named Fairy Bread, 7000 Ironbarks and Maaate, the initiative called Qantas Curates has seen the airline work with professional Australian contemporary art curators to select artworks from 16 Australians specialising in a variety of different styles including pop culture, photography, fine art, abstract landscape, Indigenous art and textile design.
4) was at Ironbarks Crossing, within 50 m of Cubbo Creek, an ephemeral stream in the Talluba Creek catchment which was dry at the time of observation.
I made a mug of tea each and we sat outside in the moonlight under the ironbarks without conversation, till all dissolved.
Woodlands of Box eucalypts and Ironbarks once stretched from western Victoria in a great are through central NSW and into southern Queensland.
Williams employs well the relaxed form, the more conversational language -- using effectively at times jailhouse or Australian diction such as stringybarks, ironbarks, mockered-up, barbared the rooms -- and usually refrains from any final summarizing statement.
In the echoic cylinder of night, carved ironbarks tattooed only by the sallow moon's light, minister a wild sky lament-- lanceolate leaves, knives carving theft into the sheets of wind, a low guttural fugue of mothers who will not be denied a child.
Victoria's threatened woodlands of ironbarks and box trees are again in the news, with the Victorian government opening up the prospect of commercial timber cutting in new conservation parks.
If you sat quietly nearby, you could watch as two squirrel gliders gingerly emerged from its rotting trunk, ascended the tree and floated off through the dry inland air to feed on flowering ironbarks.