1. The mountain ash

    (Eucalyptus regnans)

    The tallest is in Tasmania and stands at 99.6m.

    Photo Credit: Bill Hatcher

    2. The Tasmanian blue gum

    (Eucalyptus globulus

    The tallest is in Tasmania and stands at 90.7m.

    Photo Credit: Bill Bachman

    3. The manna gum

    (Eucalyptus viminalis)

    The tallest is in Tasmania and stands at 89m.

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    4. The alpine ash 

    (Eucalyptus delegatensis

    The tallest is in Tasmania and stands at 87.9m.

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    5. The messemate / stringybark

    (Eucalyptus obliqua

    The tallest is in Tasmania and stands at 86m.

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    5. The messemate / stringybark (2)

    (Eucalyptus obliqua)

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    6. The shining gum

    (Eucalyptus nitens)

    The tallest is in Victoria and stands at 85m.

    Photo Credit: Don Fuchs

    7. The karri

    (Eucalyptus diversicolor)

    The tallest is in Western Australia and stands between 81m and 85m tall.

    Photo Credit: Bill Hatcher

    7. The karri (2)

    (Eucalyptus diversicolor)

    Photo Credit: Bill Hatcher

    7. The karri (3)

    (Eucalyptus diversicolor)

    Photo Credit: Bill Hatcher

    8. The white gum

    (Eucalyptus nobilis

    The tallest is in New South Wales and stands at 79m.

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    9. The flooded/rose gum

    (Eucalyptus grandis

    The tallest is in Queensland and stands at 73m.

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    10. The mountain blue gum

    (Eucalyptus deanei

    The tallest is in New South Wales and stands at 71m.

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    11. The mountain grey gum

    (Eucalyptus cypellocarpa

    The tallest is in Victoria and stands at 71m.

    Photo Credit: Bill Hatcher

    11. Mountain grey gum (2)

    (Eucalyptus cypellocarpa)

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GALLERY: Eucalyptus, the tallest trees in Australia

By AG STAFF | February 5, 2013

Only trees in North America and Borneo rival the size of our native eucalypts, some almost 100m tall.