noun, plural mul·gas, mul·ga.
- mules operation,
- muley saw,
Origin of mulga
Examples from the Web for mulga
There are a number of gum-trees, and the new tree that was found on Captain Sturt's expedition, 1844, but mulga predominates.
The horse simply stood in the shade of a small belt of mulga, but he would not try to eat.
The valley consists of grassy flats, though somewhat thickly timbered with mulga.
To continue this course would lead me again into the mulga scrub, where I do not want to get if I can help it.
As the sun set our faith was rewarded; before us in an outcrop surrounded by mulga lay two fine rock-holes with an ample supply.Spinifex and Sand|David W Carnegie