Jubaea chilensis

Other Name

Chilean Wine Palm

Location

Railway Gardens, Seventh Street, MILDURA, MILDURA RURAL CITY

File Number

T11937

Level

Regional

Statement of Significance

Contribution to landscape
Rare or localised

A fine example of this rarely cultivated species and a valuable addition to the collection of palm species cultivated in the Mildura region. Planted opposite the main entrance to the station within a row of palms comprising five Phoenix canariensis to the west, nine to the east, plus three Washingtonia robusta, all forming a major landscape feature. This palm was the only example of Jubaea observed in the Mildura region

Measurements: 28/08/1992
Spread (m): 6.4
Girth (m): 3.42
Height (m): 9..25
Estimated Age (yrs): 80
Condition: Good

Measurements: 02/11/2003
Spread (m): 4
Girth (m): 3.42
Height (m): 9.25
Estimated Age (yrs): 91
Condition: Good

Access: Unrestricted
Classified: 10/09/1992

Group

Parks, Gardens and Trees

Category

Tree