Native flora of Western Australia

Western Australia with its sandy soil and mild climate is a showcase for native Australian flora. With glorious proteas and leucospermum, bottlebrush, grevillea, the tiny little scaevolea, dramatic kangaroo paw, sweetly scented boronia, pretty delicate pemelia all unique and different, but when you view some of these growing wild with logs of driftwood, seemingly placed by a landscape gardener, all growing on the edge of the cliffs of Wilyabrup, you have an appreciation for nature that man can only wonder.

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Travelling Photographers, over twenty countries experienced and checking off our bucket list. Camping and caravaning in Australia, exploring this big beautiful country.

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