The coast grey box grows amongst other eucalypts and is listed in Victoria as a rare or threatened species. Some wonderful specimens of this tree are found in Nungurner.
Look for greyish, scaly bark on the lower trunk and smooth, pale bark above. It grows from 25 to 45 metres tall and flowers from November to March.
Sea eagles may use the tree for nesting and it can also provide important hollows for bats and birds.