- any of various acacia trees
- (as modifier)brigalow country
Word Origin for brigalow
Examples from the Web for brigalow
The river there ran in four separate channels, amongst various trees; brigalow and yarra being both amongst them.
That central ground between the Mooni and the Barwan, had brigalow growing upon it, was firm, and in some hollows we found water.
The brigalow scrub was about half a mile in length, and stood between the swamp and the high river bank.In The Far North|Louis Becke
We traversed open plains and passed through patches of brigalow of an open kind of scrub.
They rode several miles to a little lake and a scrub of brigalow, and, dismounting, soon had exciting sport.Cumner & South Sea Folk, Complete|Gilbert Parker