bushland


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bushland

(ˈbʊʃˌlænd)
n
(Physical Geography) uncultivated land (esp in Australia) that is covered with trees, shrubs, or other natural vegetation
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bushland

[ˈbʊʃlænd] nbush m
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The body of Karen Ristevski, 47, was found in bushland in February, eight months after she went missing.
Cameron went missing in bushland around 2 kilometres from her nursing home, where she had moved recently to be closer to her relatives.
A total of 69 dibblers have been reintroduced into bushland on the State's south coast as part of efforts to strengthen populations to assist with the long-term recovery of the endangered species.
Mr Collis, who is originally from Wiltshire but is believed to have lived in Perth for some years, was found on Sunday morning in bushland half a mile north of Well 22.
This part of the creek is within the Bomaderry Creek Bushland, an urban bushland area situated between North Nowra and Bomaderry (Barratt 1994; NSW Office of Environment and Heritage 2016).
THE remarkable bravery shown by Joanne Lees in escaping from Murdoch and hiding in nearby bushland led some people to initially question her version of events on that fateful night.
The man, believed to be highly experienced in Australia's bushland, went missing while on a hunting trip last Wednesday.
She began work at Bushland Place Nursing Home in July 1991 and became deputy director of nursing (DDON) in December 2007.
The body of Jivan Kohar, 10, was found in bushland in Nepal with his throat slit after he had been missing for three days.
In Bushland, Texas, an early maturing hybrid of grain sorghum irrigated at a mild deficit level shows little water stress.
The MEGA VAC was put to good use recently on an electrical conduit installation project in the bushland near Noosa along the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
SECRETS AND LIES (10pm, Channel 5) A MAN is out jogging early one morning along a bushland track when he stumbles across a child's body.