Deepwater National ParkDeepwater National Park

The park's diverse vegetation of coastal scrubs, eucalypt woodlands, wet heaths and sedgelands surround Deepwater Creek and its tributaries. Tannins and other substances leached from surrounding heath plants stain the creek water brown. The creek is fringed by tall forests of swamp mahogany, paperbark and cabbage palms, and is broken in places by shallow sections of reed bed and paperbark forest. In these areas water only flows during the wet season.

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Natural

Natural Stain

Rosewood

Rosewood Stain

Jarrah

Jarrah Stain

Walnut

Walnut Stain

Teak

Teak Stain