The bushland of the Pillaga in Central New South Wales is typical of the cycles in the Australian bush with rain, growth, drought and fire bringing different moods to bear. Here, the xanthorrhoeas (grass trees) flourish in the good times, with evidence of a recent fire a reminder that it is not always so.
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