Over 300 native plants have been recorded in Innes National Park and surrounding area, 115 of which are of conservation significance, making
up a diverse range of vegetation and wildlife habitats. The landscape turns into a rich carpet of colour during winter and spring when the
wildflowers and shrubs come into bloom. The Cockies Tongue Templetonia retusa showcases its beautiful bright red flowers and the Coastal
White Mallee Eucalyptus diversifolia with its creamy white flowers look fantastic in contrast.
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