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Kings Park Festival 2012
The annual Kings Park Festival is a magnificent display of the unique Wildflowers of Western Australia. Enjoy the variety, colour and beauty captured in these Wildflower images, as well as wildlife and a few scenes of interest that captured my attention as I enjoyed walking the many pathways in Kings Park. 
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Wattle species
Acacia
Golden Wattle is the National Floral Emblem of Australia.


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Wattle species
Acacia
The Green and Gold of the Wattle are the National Colours of Australia.


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Wattle species
Acacia
National Wattle Day is celebrated on the first day of September.


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Native Wisteria
Hardenbergia comptoniana

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Native Wisteria
Hardenbergia comptoniana

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Tamala Rose
Diplolaena grandiflora

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Mangles Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos manglesii

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Mangles Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos manglesii
The State Floral Emblem of Western Australia.


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Gillam's Bell
Darwinia oxylepis

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Gillam's Bell
Darwinia oxylepis

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Sandpaper Wattle
Acacia denticulosa

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Sandpaper Wattle
Acacia denticulosa

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Eucalyptus macrocarpa x pyriformis

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Beaufortia sp. column

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Silky Eremophila
Eremophila nivea

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Qualup Bell
Pimelea physodes

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Qualup Bell
Pimelea physodes

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Qualup Bell
Pimelea physodes

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Eremophila splendens

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Eremophila splendens

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Eremophila splendens

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Silky Eremophila
Eremophila nivea

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Boab Tree (Adansonia gregorii)
This huge Boab survived the long journey of over 3,200 kms from the Kimberley to its new location in Kings Park. Currently there is plastic around the base to prevent it getting too wet during winter. The Botanists say the tree is healthy and doing well.

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View across the Swan River to South Perth

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Mauve Coopernookia
Coopernookia georgei

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Scarlet Featherflower
Verticordia grandis

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Scarlet Featherflower
Verticordia grandis

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Barrens Featherflower
Verticordia helichrysantha

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Yellow Featherflower
Verticordia chrysantha

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Yellow Featherflower
Verticordia chrysantha

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Plummed Featherflower
Verticordia plumosa

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Pandanus Fruit Cluster

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Aerial Roots of Pandanus

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Native Wisteria
Hardenbergia comptoniana

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Overlooking the slopes of Mt Eliza
Large Sheoak Tree, wattles and other vegetation.

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Historic Swan River Brewery viewed from Kings Park

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Parrot Bush
Dryandra sessilis

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Prickly Moses
Acacia pulchella

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Prickly Moses
Acacia pulchella

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Pink Everlastings
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Pink Everlastings
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Pink and White Everlastings
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Pink Everlasting
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Pink Everlasting
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Twin Leaved Sunray
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Schoenia
Schoenia cassiniana

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Mixed Everlastings

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Kingsmill’s Mallee
Eucalyptus kingsmillii

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Kingsmill’s Mallee
Eucalyptus kingsmillii

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Large-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus youngiana

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Large-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus youngiana

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Field of Everlastings 1

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Field of Everlastings 2

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Field of Everlastings 3

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Swan River Daisy
Brachyscome iberidifolia

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Swan River Daisy
Brachyscome iberidifolia

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Bee gathering nectar on Pink Everlasting

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Field of Everlastings 4

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Magnificent Prostanthera
Prostanthera magnifica

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Magnificent Prostanthera
Prostanthera magnifica

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Magnificent Prostanthera
Prostanthera magnifica

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Lambs' Tails
Lachnostachys vervascifolia

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Lambs' Tails
Lachnostachys vervascifolia

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New Fiona Stanley Hospital under construction on horizon
From where I sat in Kings Park, I zoomed across the Swan River to the construction on the horizon (approx 16 km away), and it is definitely the new Fiona Stanley Hospital due for completion 2014.

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Red-lobed Wattle Bird
(Anthochaera carunculata) The Australian Native Red-lobed Wattle bird, is the largest honey-eater in Australia, with its striking and unusual colorings is a very acrobatic bird.

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Red-lobed Wattle Bird
(Anthochaera carunculata) Sadly I discovered that the poor little bird is blind in its right eye, but appeared to be coping well with its disability.

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Kangaroo Paw Red
Anigozanthos rufus

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Kangaroo Paw Red
Anigozanthos rufus

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Kangaroo Paw Red
Anigozanthos rufus

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Scarlet Honey-myrtle
Melaleuca fulgens steedmanii

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Ribbon Pea
Leptosema aphyllum

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Blue Leschenaultia
Lechenaultia biloba

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Orange Honey-Myrtle
Melaleuca fulgens

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Grey Cottonheads
Conostylis candicans

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Grey Cottonheads
Conostylis candicans

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Kangaroo Paw Black
Macropidia fuliginosa

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Kangaroo Paw Black
Macropidia fuliginosa

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Prickly Toothbrushes
Grevillea armigera

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Prickly Toothbrushes
Grevillea armigera

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Grey Cottonheads
Conostylis candicans

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Mangles Everlasting Buds waiting for sunshine to awaken them
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Mangles Everlasting Bud
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Dampiera species

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Kangaroo Paw Black
Macropidia fuliginosa

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Kangaroo Paw Black
Macropidia fuliginosa

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Dampiera species

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Flat Wattle
Acacia glaucoptera

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Flat Wattle
Acacia glaucoptera

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Flat Wattle
Acacia glaucoptera

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Schoenia
Schoenia cassiniana

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Mangles Everlasting
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Mangles Everlasting Buds
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Mangles Everlastings unfurling
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Scott River Jugflower
Adenanthos detmoldii

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Scott River Jugflower
Adenanthos detmoldii

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Baeckea ovalifolia

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Baeckea ovalifolia

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Mangles Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos manglesii

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Grevillea concinna subsp lehmanniana

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Serrate Leaved Guinea Flower
Hibbertia serrata

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Serrate Leaved Guinea Flower
Hibbertia serrata

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Chamelaucium ciliatum (Stirling Range form)

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Chamelaucium ciliatum (Stirling Range form)

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Pouched Grevillea
Grevillea saccata

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Pouched Grevillea
Grevillea saccata

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Pompom Everlasting
Cephalipterum drummondi

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Pompom Everlasting
Cephalipterum drummondi

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Heart Leaf Flame Pea
Chorizema cordatum

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Blue Fanflower
Scaevola aemula

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Pink Everlastings
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Twin Leaved Sunray
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Twin Leaved Sunray
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Diel's Grevillea
Grevillea dielsiana

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Diel's Grevillea
Grevillea dielsiana

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Clump of Red Kangaroo Paws
Anigozanthos rufus

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Red Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos rufus

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Red Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos rufus

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Red Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos rufus

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Pink Geraldton Wax
Chamelaucium uncinatum

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Pink Geraldton Wax
Chamelaucium uncinatum

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Bright Pink Geraldton Wax
Chamelaucium uncinatum

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Banner for Kings Park Festival 2012
Patch of Everlastings surrounded by natural bushland

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Bell-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus preissiana

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The Flower Opens as the Cap lifts off
Bell-fruited Mallee (Eucalyptus preissiana)

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Bell-fruited Mallee in the shade
Eucalyptus preissiana

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Orange Honey-Myrtle
Melaleuca fulgens

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Tall Dampiera
Dampiera altissima

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Senna species

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Senna species

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Thryptomene species

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Male Western Magpie on the grass
G. tibicen dorsalis

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Tar Bush
Eremophila glabra

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Pear-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus pyriformis

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Pear-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus pyriformis

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Pear-fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus pyriformis

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Garden Beds
Purple Fanfare in foreground

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Purple Fanfare
Scaevola aemula

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Everlastings in the bushland
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Red Swamp Banksia
Banksia occidentalis

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Red Swamp Banksia
Banksia occidentalis

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Red Swamp Banksia closer view
Banksia occidentalis

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Grevillea species

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Beach Spinifex
Spinifex longifolius

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Grevillea species

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Bottlebrush Grevillea
Grevillea paradoxa

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Bottlebrush Grevillea has prickly spines
Grevillea paradoxa

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Everlastings in the bushland

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Natural Bushland Scene
The path winds through natural bush with Native Wisteria on the left and Yellow Prickly Moses ahead.

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The work of Nature
Native Wisteria, Prickly Moses,tall Banksias, and a young Grasstree beside the path.

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Natures Garden
Grasstree, Prickly Moses and Native Wisteria.

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Purple and Yellow
Native Wisteria and Prickly Moses

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Swan River Myrtle
Hypocalymma robustum

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Swan River Myrtle
Hypocalymma robustum

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Swan River view with Prickly Moses in foreground

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Scarlet Runner
Kennedia prostrata

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Scarlet Runner
Kennedia prostrata

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Grevillea insignis

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Grevillea insignis

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Female Western Magpie on the path
G. tibicen dorsalis

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Tall Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus

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Acacia anthochaera
Mimosaceae from the Northern Jarrah Forest of Western Australia.

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Acacia anthochaera

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Acacia anthochaera

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Water Gardens in Kings Park

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Sedge around the Water Garden
Cyperaceae Juss.

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Maned (Wood) Duck family
Chenonetta jubata.  
Mother, Father and 5 Ducklings on the lawns of Kings Park.


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Maned (Wood) Duck family
Chenonetta jubata.

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Maned (Wood) Duck family
Chenonetta jubata.

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Pink Fairies
Caladenia latifolia

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Pink Fairies
Caladenia latifolia

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Groundcover Banksia
Banksia blechnifolia

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Groundcover Banksia
Banksia blechnifolia

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Female Maned (Wood) Duck with Two Ducklings
Chenonetta jubata.

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Female Maned (Wood) Duck with Two Ducklings
Chenonetta jubata.

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Seed cone of Lemann's Banksia
Banksia lemanniana

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Dried Seed Cone of Lemann's Banksia
Banksia lemanniana

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Aniseed Boronia
Boronia crenulata

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One-sided Bottlebrush
Calothamnus quadrifidus

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Green Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos viridis

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Green Kangaroo Paw in the shade
Anigozanthos viridis

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Swan River Daisy
Brachyscome iberidifolia

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Swan River Daisy
Brachyscome iberidifolia

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Schoenia
Schoenia cassiniana

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Swan River Daisy
Brachyscome iberidifolia

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Purple Tassels
Sowerbaea laxiflora

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Schoenia
Schoenia cassiniana

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Fuchsia Grevillea
Grevillea bipinnatifida

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Fuchsia Grevillea
Grevillea bipinnatifida

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Mangles Everlasting
Rhodanthe manglesii

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Blue Leschenaultia
Lechenaultia biloba

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Blue Leschenaultia
Lechenaultia biloba

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Colourful clump of Everlastings

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Blue Leschenaultia
Lechenaultia biloba

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Blue Leschenaultia
Lechenaultia biloba

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Qualup Bells surrounded by Everlastings

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Qualup Bells and Everlastings

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Heart Leaf Flame Pea
Chorizema cordatum

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Pink and White Everlastings
Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Formal Gardens of Wildflowers

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Wattle species
Acacia

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Wattle species
Acacia

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Sandhill Spider Flower
Grevillea stenobotrya, found in the North West of Western Australia.

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Stinkwood
Jacksonia stembergiana.

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Donkey Orchid
Diuris corymbosa.

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Donkey Orchid
Diuris corymbosa.

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Exiting Kings Park Festival 2012
Heading home after another delightful day among wildflowers in the bushland of Kings Park.

 
   
 
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