Lucindale (Environmental Association 1.4.1)
Low parallel calcarenite dune ridges trending north-northwest, separated by narrow interdunal plains with occasional swamps. Small unconsolidated sand dunes with an easterly trend have developed over the calcarenite dunes. Although there are remnants of the natural low open forest, heathlands and sedgelands, most of the association has been cleared. The pastures of the open parklands and grasslands are used for grazing beef cattle and coarse wool sheep. There is no integrated drainage network and although there is an extensive artificial drainage system over most of the plains considerable areas are still seasonally inundated.
The association provides foreground and middleground panoramic and perspective views from the plains and from the calcarenite ridges. Pine plantations in the south, remnants of natural vegetation, and the granite outcrop in Jip Jip Conservation Park constitute local features.