melaleuca

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melaleuca

any shrub or tree of the mostly Australian myrtaceous genus Melaleuca, found in sandy or swampy regions
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Wounds were dressed with ochres or clays, crushed leaves may also be applied while the barks from the paperbark trees were used as a dressing.
We played in the bush, following the fires with interest, reacting with glee as tufted grass-trees burst into flame or as gusts of wind caused temporary flare-ups, and flames raced up the trunks of paperbark trees.
Bordered by a grove of ancient paperbark trees, the crystal blue Coral Sea, and lush tropical vegetation, The Reef House is one of the most idyllic beach inns on the Marlin Coast.