with soft white sand underfoot
one of my favourites, Eriostemon, also known as the Pink Wax Flower
Correa (Native Fuchsia) in late afternoon light
Hardenbergia also known as the Happy Wanderer. It is a petite flowering twining vine that attaches itself to other plants. Those serrated leaves in the background though, actually belong to another Australian native, Banksia
in the distance, National Parks had a 'controlled burn-off' happening
it was just a little early by probably a couple weeks only, to have missed out on all this area left and right, will now be covered in white ti-tree flowers
this' the (serrated leaf) Banksia in flower; just one of numerous species
and the wonderful giant (Banksia) seed-pods that are left behind; quite impressive aren't they?