Numerology information Stringybark:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Songs about Stringybark:

songsReedy Laggon/My father was a durchman/Mudgee waltz/Stringybark Tree by The Occasionals from the Album Down to The Hall

songsStringybark by Gene Pierson from the Album Didgeridoo Dreamtime

songsStringybark & Greenhide by Cloudstreet from the Album The Land of Bright Gold

songsStringybark Creek by Lazy Harry from the Album Sounds of Australia-Ned Kelly A Musical History

songsStringybark Creek by Warren Fahey from the Album Bushrangers, Bolters, And Other Wild Colonials

songsStringybark Creek by Lazy Harry from the Album The Ned Kelly Story

songsStringybark Creek by Gary Shearston from the Album Bolters, Bushrangers and Duffers


Books about Stringybark:

booksStringybark Summer (A Magnet book) by Judith O'Neill (Jun 1987)

booksSTRINGYBARK & GREENHIDE: Folk Magazine of Australia by Lester & Cecily, editors Grace (1985)

booksStringybarks to orchards: A history of Forest Range and Lenswood by Geoffrey C Bishop (1984)

booksStrength of Australian Pole Timbers. Messmate Stringybark Poles. by J.D. BOYD (1961)

booksThe mechanical properties of white stringybark (Division of Forest Products technological paper) by F. M Lauricio (1962)


Wiki information Stringybark:

Organism Classification

Eucalyptus obliqua
Organism Classification

Eucalyptus obliqua, commonly known as Australian Oak, Brown Top, Brown Top Stringbark, Messmate, Messmate Stringybark, Stringybark and Tasmanian Oak, is a hardwood tree native to south-eastern Australia.