Definition of scrub block in English:

scrub block

noun

Australian
  • A rural landholding covered in thick brushwood or stunted forest growth.

    ‘we were living on a scrub block in the hills’
    • ‘I was privileged to have worked on several building jobs for him on the scrub block.’
    • ‘There were those long days when boundary-riding the scrub block.’
    • ‘"There was a lot of wood dropped everywhere that scrub block was a bit of a tinder," he said.’
    • ‘If you had a scrub block, you'd have to seriously question the value of that.’
    • ‘The stag had run up into the tall scrub block and died where we found the remains.’