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121203

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Lauriston Girls School, Huntingtower Road, ARMADALE VIC 3143 - Property No T11832

Contribution to landscape Outstanding size This Morton Bay Fig is significant for social and scientific reasons at Regional level.This tree isoutstanding for its size at a height of 25m and canopy spread of 23-25m. This large and old Moreton Bay Fig is located in a prominent position near the sports field and makes a significant contribution to the landscape. The area was first subdivided in 1853 and in 1866 William Bushby Jones bought this section. In 1877 he built ... more

T11832

Regional
134689

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Carlton Gardens, Rathdowne Street, CARLTON VIC 3053 - Property No T11899

Contribution to the historic garden Outstanding size A large specimen of Moreton Bay Fig in excellent condition. It is a dominant feature in the landscape and the tree has a dense canopy. Another specimen is growing opposite the Rathdowne and Queensberry Streets intersection. The area beneath the tree was asphalt and used for carparking. In 2011, the asphalt was removed and the root zone mulched as part of the Exhibiton Building Western Forecourt reconstruction. ... more

T11899

Regional
121949

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Cnr The Esplanade and Bass Ave, COWES VIC 3922 - Property No T12034

Contribution to landscape Outstanding size The plaque beneath this tree claims it was planted in 1869, by Baron Von Mueller, Director of Botanic Gardens Melbourne. The tree is in good condition however some lower branches have been severely cut back. The large stubs where the tree has been pollarded could now be removed and a slight canopy raising could occur. A canopy conflict occurs on the southern side also Measurements: 14/10/2000 Spread (m): 28 ... more

T12034

Regional
128951

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Neville Hamilton Reserve, Shute Avenue,, BERWICK VIC 3806 - Property No T12035

Contribution to landscape The sign by the tree states that it was planted in 1859 and is on original homestead site (Wilson House) built in 1859. The seed was believed to have been brought from Illawarra by Anne Eliza Wilson, wife of James who purchased 1200 acres in 1854 Measurements: 11/12/2000 Spread (m): E-W 29; N-S 27 Girth (m): 7.03 Height (m): 21.5 Estimated Age (yrs): 141 Condition: Good Access: Unrestricted Classified: ... more

T12035

Regional
193051

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Presentation College, 187 Dandenong Road,, WINDSOR VIC 3181 - Property No T12194

Particularly old Outstanding size Aesthetic significance Curious growth form Historical value Outstanding example of species This Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla) is one of the 'signature trees' from the formative years of gardens in Victoria. It has a truly outstanding display of aerial roots to an extent rarely seen in cultivation and which may well be unique in Victoria. It displays its 'strangler' or 'banyan' origins in a manner rarely ... more

T12194

State
133778

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

65 Douglas Avenue, MILDURA VIC 3223 - Property No T12036

Contribution to landscape Outstanding size This large Ficus macrophylla (Moreton Bay Fig) was planted in the grounds of the original Pioneer Nursery. The Nursery was established in 1888 and it is thought that the tree was planted around this time. Itslarge size gives the treeprominence in the landscape and the dense crown and dark green foliage is a feature. The tree also exhibits a very wide low spreading crown. This species is uncommon in the Mildura ... more

T12036

Regional
179605

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

High Street,, RUTHERGLEN VIC 3685 - Property No T11102

Contribution to the landscape Outstanding example of species This largest planted tree is the district is located diagonally opposite the Town Hall in a small park. Continued careful and sensitive pruning around electricity wires should be continued. Measurements: circa 1985 Spread (m): 28 Girth (m): 7 Height (m): 23.9 Estimated Age (yrs): 100 Condition: Good Access: Unrestricted Classified: 14/03/1985

T11102

Regional
174713

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Batman Road,, PORTARLINGTON VIC 3223 - Property No T12081

Contribution to landscape Outstanding size Outstanding aesthetic significance This tree is a very large specimen making a striking feature in the landscape. It can be seen for some distance. The tree appears to be planted on a mid 19th century habitation site as evidenced by the scatter of brick fragments. Measurements: 12/10/2004 Circumference (m): 12.15 Spread (m): E-W 39;N-S 36.4 Height (m): 20 Estimated Age (yrs): 140 Condition ... more

T12081

State
128852

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

34 Ebden Avenue,, BLACK ROCK VIC 3193 - Property No T11110

Contribution to the landscape Particularly old This pair of trees was planted by Charles Ebden, Australian pastoralist and politician, in 1856 at "Black Rock House". The house is classified by the National Trust and listed on the register of the National Estate Measurements: 07/1982 Tree front yard Spread (m): 24 Girth (m): 7.7 Height (m): 15 Estimated Age (yrs): 130 Condition: Fair Tree backyard Girth (m): 8.5 Height (m): ... more

T11110

Regional
179532

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Domain Parklands, Domain Road,, MELBOURNE VIC 3004 - Property No T12159

Contribution to landscape Outstanding size Aesthetic value Located on the edge of the Shrine of Remembrance grounds, the remarkable size and the shape of the canopy of this Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla) makes it a superb specimen. While it has a commemorative plaque remembering the contribution of the RAAF Transport Group in World War II, the tree predates this war and probably World War 1. The spread of the canopy, its uniform ... more

T12159

Regional
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