The angle-stemmed myrtle (gossia gonoclada) is listed as an endangered plant by the State and Federal Governments. Around 73 known trees grow in Logan and Brisbane. The angle-stemmed myrtle is endemic to our region: it grows nowhere else in the world.
For more information about this plant, where to find it, and how we are protecting it please download:
With so few angle-stemmed myrtle left in the wild, we need your help to find any unknown and unrecorded plants.
To report a sighting of the angle-stemmed myrtle or to find out more about our recovery plan please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Swamp tea tree
The swamp tea tree is an endangered tree that grows around the Jimboomba and Waterford West areas in Logan. It is only found around Beaudesert, Boonah, Logan, Ipswich, Laidley and Esk. Fewer than 10% of the original swamp tea tree forest remains.
You can see swamp tea trees in Logan at:
Communities (thickets) of the swamp tea tree are critically endangered and are protected by the Federal Government. For more information about the swamp tee tree, please visit Australian Government swamp tea tree.