Anyway, here's some offerings under the cut! All of these were photographed in the wild, and they're all (unless otherwise indicated) natives. Some of the photos I take are of feral or introduced plants though (that have spread to the bushland).
Some form of native Daviesia probably; but there are so many of these (hundreds of species) that I am not so good at identifying specific ones.
Another native Daviesia.
The smokebush in flower.
Banksia iliafolia has the distinction of being one of a few Australian plants that start off with white flowers that age to red. So bicolour flowers are common on this tree.
This is in its white stage:
And in its red stage (isn't it beautiful?):
At Whiteman Park, the insanely pretty needle-leaved smokebush (Conospermum acerosum):
Our floral emblem, the red kangaroo paw.
I believe this is milkweed. It overtakes the bushland for a short amount of time, but it's gone now: