Examples from the Web for stringy-bark
The frame was of wood, with slab walls, and was roofed with sheets of bark from a tree called the “stringy-bark tree.”Taking Tales|W.H.G. Kingston
The narrow-leaved Ironbark had disappeared with the primitive rocks; the moment sandstone commenced, stringy-bark took its place.
The timber is stringy-bark, some splendid trees; amongst them gums and a number of pines, also very fine.Explorations in Australia, The Journals of John McDouall Stuart|John McDouall Stuart
Their koolimans were very large, almost like small boats, and were made of the inner layer of the bark of the stringy-bark tree.
Stringy-bark trees mean a poorer soil, and any land bearing them should be avoided if possible.Australia The Dairy Country|Australia Department of External Affairs