Along the clifftops look out for clusters of tiny yellow flowers on the bushes of Thyme Rice-flower, Pimelea serpyllifolia subs. serpyllifolia.

thymericeflowerThyme Rice-flower

Coast Beard-heath, Leucopogon parviflorus, is also flowering with spikes of white flowers with fluffy petals.

coastbeardheathCoast Beard-heath

On the heathlands look down to see single yellow flowers on the small bushes of Silky, Bundled and Erect Guinea-flowers, Hibbertia sericea var. sericea, H. fasciculata var. prostrata and H. riparia.

silkyguineaflowerSilky Guinea-flower

bundledguineaflowerBundled Guinea-flower

erectguineaflowerErect Guinea-flower

Look carefully and you may see delightful, tiny, dangling pink and white flowers on low bushes of Rosy Baeckia, Euryomyrtus ramosissima subsp. prostrata

rosybaeckeaRosy Baeckia

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