Kimberley Native Plants

Nothing grows better in an environment than plants that are native to the area.

The Kimberley region is home to many plants and trees that are common throughout the world’s tropical regions, but there are varieties that are unique to this part of north west Australia.

Usually available:

•             Gubinge/Kakadu Plum  (Terminalia ferdinandiana)

•             Marul or Blackberry (Terminalia petiolaris)

•             Cockatoo Apple/Billygoat Plum (Planchonia careya)

•             Boab (Adansonia gregorii)

•             Leichardt Tree/Yellow cheesewood (Nauclea orientalis)

•             Swamp tea-tree/silver paperbark (Melaleuca dealbata)

•             Australian Ebony (Diospyros humulis)

•             Spanish Cherry (Mimusops elengi)

•             Grevillea varieties

•             Grey Whorled Wattle (Acacia adoxa)

•             Hill’s Tabeltop Wattle (Acacia hilliana)

•             Acacia hippuroides – wattle shrub native to the Kimberley

•             Citronella Grass (Cymbopogon procerus)

•             Pandanus or screw palm

•             Broad-leaved paperbark (Melaleuca viridiflora)

•             Woman’s Tongue (Albizia lebbeck)

•             Helicopter Tree (Gyrocarpus americanus)

•             Pindan Walnut (Terminalia cunninghamii)

•             Turkey Bush (Calytrix exstipulata)