Definition of bush-clad in English:

bush-clad

adjective

NZ
  • (of a landscape) covered with indigenous forest.

    ‘the road rises and you drive through bush-clad slopes’
    • ‘The buildings are stacked up a hill, with the bush-clad suburbs are directly behind them, which lends the buildings an entirely different air.’
    • ‘Teams of rescuers scoured bush-clad hills in rain and mist yesterday searching for the missing trio.’
    • ‘His van smashed through the brick and steel lookout barrier, plunging more than 100 m down the bush-clad cliff.’
    • ‘Drive with care and allow time to appreciate the impressive beauty of this bush-clad gorge.’
    • ‘The vehicle was discovered down a bush-clad bank.’
    • ‘There are two-level standalone pole houses, perched on the side of bush-clad gullies, as guest accommodation.’
    • ‘Then there is the third category of cat, namely the "feral" (not to be confused with the stray) who live, unseen, in bush-clad areas and who are not dependent on humans for their food.’
    • ‘All homes are evacuated in this scenic part of Christchurch, with the sea in front and houses on bush-clad hills with walking tracks behind.’
    • ‘He has since bought another property in the bush-clad Waipatiki settlement.’
    • ‘There are several small islands such as Limestone, each with an interesting history, as well as many peninsulas with hidden beaches and bush-clad slopes that hide their surprisingly many inhabitants.’