South Australian Mediterranean Forests, Woodlands & Scrub bioregion
- 61,867Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 8Number of Ecoregions
- 54%Protection Target
- 3Protection Level
The South Australian Mediterranean bioregion, located in the Australasia realm, consists mostly of woodlands and shrublands covering much of the length of Australia’s southern and western coastline, from St. Vincent Gulf to Shark Bay. The bioregion contains eight ecoregions – Southwest Australia Savanna , Southwest Australia Woodlands , Jarrah-Karri Forest and Shrublands , Esperance Mallee , Coolgardie Woodlands , Hampton Mallee and Woodlands , Eyre and Yorke Mallee , Flinders-Lofty Montane Woodlands  – and adjacent marine areas in the Great Australian Bight and Indian Ocean.
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