This is a stately tree which grows straight and tall.

The bark sheds in summer and is smooth and cream in colour with grey spots from the older bark, providing contrast and interest with its mottled appearance.

The leaves are dark green and glossy and from autumn to winter, small clusters of fragrant white flowers appear attracting birds and honey bees to the area.

Scientific Name

Corymbia maculata

Colour of Flowers


Flowering Period

Autumn - Winter