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The Waddi Tree (Acacia peuce) is an extremely rare species found in only 3 spots around the world. It is synonomous with the Simpson Desert as it is found in small clusters on both the western and eastern edges.
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The Bauhinia or Bean tree (Lysiphyllum gilvum) is found throughout the Simpson Desert area thriving in areas that receive floods, and can survive for years without rain. The Bean tree is a favourite of the Indigenous people of the area as it secretes a gum that is eaten like a lolly.
Georgina Gidgee (Acacia georginae) is found along water courses within the Simpson Desert as well as scattered between the sandhills.
The Coolibah (Eucalyptus coolabah) is a staple in the Western Queensland area and 2 trees stand in the middle of the desert above where the Hay River once ran. It is said the river still runs under the dunes in times of heavy rains and floods.
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