The Broad leaf tea-tree (Melaleuca viridiflora) woodlands in high rainfall coastal north Queensland ecological community represents occurrences of woodland where M. viridiflora is dominant in the canopy and a diversity of grasses, sedges and forbs occupy the ground layer. The ecological community is restricted to the Wet Tropics and Central Mackay Coast bioregions in Queensland.
Broad Leaf Tea-tree (Melaleuca viridiflora)Woodlands in High Rainfall Coastal North Queensland
Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list
Government evidence of impact of climate change:
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Approved Conservation Advice for Broad Leaf Tea-tree (Melaleuca viridiflora)Woodlands in High Rainfall Coastal North Queensland
The key threats impacting upon the ecological community are clearing and fragmentation weed invasion inappropriate grazing regimes forestry practices inappropriate fire regimes and illegal wildlife harvesting.