Scientific name: Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Common name: River Red gum
Parts used: Bark, leaves, roots, stems and resin
Uses: Medicine, food, implements
The leaves were crushed and soaked in water for medicinal purposes. Manna was food source; dishes were made from the heavy bark and canoes made from the bark of eucalypts and Aboriginal peoples crafted spear-throwers, boomerangs and shields from the fine timber.