There are so many wildflowers out at the moment on the Headland, so if you’ve ever thought about joining us for a morning doing bush regeneration now is the perfect time. While there is always something to see, at this time of year there are extraordinary displays of  red and white epacris flowers, yellow flowers of the melaleuca, bright red bottle-brush flowers, banksias and so many more.

(Thanks to Robyn Stevens for the great photos and words – Ed.)

Dillwynia floribunda and Mirbelia rubiifolia

Dillwynia floribunda and Mirbelia rubiifolia

Banksia ericifolia and Epacris longiflora

Banksia ericifolia and Epacris longiflora

Melaleuca nodosa and Styphelia triflora

Melaleuca nodosa and Styphelia triflora

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– Pollinators: native wasp, native bee, and moth (dart)

For more information about volunteering with our regular Thursday and Sunday bushcare groups, click here.

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