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native plant most commonly called Burrawang which is an Australian cycad

Burrawang (Macrozamia communis) Found in coastal New South Wales & the Great Dividing Range. It is the most common cycad in NSW.

Quandong

As a child, the whole family would go into the bush & gather Quandong fruit to make pies with. It needs a host plant to survive, and has a really tart taste, but is soooo yummy! After two years of searching, I finally tracked one down for my garden.

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Purple apple-berry (Billardiera longiflora) A small vine found in moist forests from southern New South Wales to Tasmania. The slender leafed vine has greenish-yellow flowers and shiny purple fruit. The fruit is edible

Wild Passionfruit (Capparis spinosa var. nummularia)... Australian Bush Food... http://ausemade.com.au/nt/destination/c/central-australia/flora-fauna/flora/bush-food/index.htm

The Wild Passionfruit also known locally as the ‘caperbush’ is a member of the Caper family. It is also known as ‘Merne arrutnenge’ in the Arrernte language of the local Aborigines and is one of the many bush tucker foods.

Eustrephus latifolious Leaves and fruit. Australian plant. Common name Wombat Berry.

Eustrephus latifolious Leaves and fruit. Common name Wombat Berry.

Bush Banana is an Australian native plant. It is found in Central Australia and throughout Western Australia. It is a bush tucker food for Aborigines

Bush Banana (Marsdenia australis) is an Australian native plant. It is found in Central Australia and throughout Western Australia. It is a bush tucker food for Aborigines.

I have two of these Weeping Lilly Pillys growing.  Obviously they have weeping limbs and when they flower, it is a fluffy ball of bright pink up to 10cm across, followed by bunches of what can only be described as 'hot pink' berries.  This picture doesn't do the actual colour justice.  Simply spectacular and a very pretty small tree.

Lilli pilli, Syzygium luehmannii, a native australian plant. The fruit is edible and attracts birds, bats, and possums.

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