Australia is mostly desert and for the most part, highly arid. But some areas, including the northern tip, and the east coast, and less harsh. Some forests can be found in these areas.
Eastern Temperate Forests
The East Australian Temperate Forests are very unique in their flora, bearing the eucalyptus tree and the acacia tree. Many unique Australian wildlife call these forests home, such as the koala, flying fox, wombat, forest dragon, wallaby, and several species of frog.
Queensland Tropical Rainforests
These temperate rainforests have a unique habitat, home to many animals found nowhere else in the world, like the Tasmanian Devil, echidna, platypus, bandicoot, and other endangered species.