Podocarpus elatus, known as the Plum Pine, or the Brown Pine is a species of Podocarpus endemic to the east coast of Australia, in eastern New South Wales and eastern Queensland. It is a medium-sized to large evergreen tree growing to 30-36 m tall with a trunk up to 1.5 m diameter. The seed cones are dark blue-purple, berry-like, with a fleshy base 2-2.5 cm diameter bearing a single oval or globose seed 1 cm in diameter
Leptospermum obovatum Common Name: Leptospermum Lemon Bun Notes: Mounding form, low hedge with lemon-scented soft shrub, flower in spring & summer with lime-y cream flowers. attract butterflies and beetles. Hardy in a range of climates from cool temperate to sub tropical, in moist clay or sandy loam of neutral to low acid pH. Will tolerate medium frosts
Paraserianthes is a genus of only 4 species (2 Aust). Paraserianthes lophantha, commonly known as Cape Leeuwin Wattle or Crested Wattle, is the only species occurring in south-western Western Australia; the other is found in tropical Australia.