Below are some useful websites and places to visit to view local native plants in the area.

Places to visit and see local native plants

The South Pacific Heathland Reserve is a 14 hectare flora and fauna reserve on the headland between Rennies Beach and Racecourse Beach at the southern end of Ulladulla.

Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve, Warden St Ulladulla: is an easy 3.4km loop track through a native plant reserve.

An Excellent BOOK by a local author

Nicholas de Jong: Heathlands: Walks and Wildflowers of the Ulladulla Headlands, 2016

Australian National Botanic Gardens

Extensive data base: ‘Integrated Botanical Information System’, provides linking of names, photographs, herbarium specimens and living plants.

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Australian Plants Society NSW

Everything about natives with many extra links and resources. Also has a huge data base of plants with photos.

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Budawang Coast Atlas of Life

A community network for biodiversity conservation which shares information, runs seminars and workshops about the Budawang Coast

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Department of Planning and Environment

This site is extensive in its description of plant communities and native species assemblages.

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Growing Illawarra Natives

Excellent site which also explains propagation methods for local species.

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Grow me instead

A pdf brochure comparing similar species where on is an undesirable garden element and the other is a preferred option.

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A citizen science project site where you can record flora and fauna you have observed and have it identified by others

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Plantnet: Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney

This site lists plant species it deems suitable to grow by local area.

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Trees Near Me

A fabulous app which you can use to geolocate your position and find out all the native species in that area. It has further links to web pages describing species and plant communities.

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