Grampians fire photos

Subject: Grampians fire photos
From: Steve <>
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 19:07:05 +1100
G'day all

I ventured up To Halls Gap yesterday to have a look at the areas burnt in the Grampians National Park a few weeks ago. Apparently about 50% of the park has been burnt. Here are a few photos. Does anyone know - when a eucalypt is burnt and the epicormic buds shoot, what happens if these are burnt again within months? Will there be more buds? I'm guessing the trees would be stringybarks and manna gums. grampiansfirephotos.html


Steve Clark
Hamilton, Vic
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