I don't know the names of many of the trees, but I've worked out a number of the shrubby bushy type plants (I think!)
Kangaroo apple (Solanum aviculare) 1/11/17
Polyscias sambucifolia (Elderberry Panax)
5/3/17 She Oak (Casuarina) - the only one I've seen. Not looking that healthy either!
Spider Grevillea 2/11/15
Silky Oak - Grevillea Robusta 7/11/15
Dusty Miller (Spyridiu parvifolium)?
Cherry Ballart (Exocarpos cupressiformis) 10/10/1
Snowy Daisy-bush (Olearia lirata)? 3/10/15
Prickly Tea-tree (Leptospermum continentale) 10/10/15 and the hairy flower one is Burgan (Kunzea ericoides) 26/11/16. 12/17 - the whole of the easement is covered in flowers - I wonder whether they only flower every 3-4 years as this is the first time we have seen all the tea trees flower at once!
Scented paperbark? (Melaleuca squarrosa) 10/10/15
Silver Banksia (Banksia marginata). 10/10/15
Gullly grevillea? 6/10/15
And another bottlebrush - different shaped leaves 29/03/17
When mum came to visit the other day we noticed this bush that looked like a big rosemary bush - but with what we thought looked like little cauliflowers at the end of each branch. Turns out that it is Shiny Cassinia (Cassinia longifolia) - otherwise known as Cauliflower Bush!
Lacebark - Brachychiton discolor. Not native to Gippsland - usually up in NSW/QLD. King parrots love it! 14/2/16
6/10/15 Broad-leaved bitter pea (Daviesia latifolia).
Gum that started flowering in January. Probably a ficifolia. 3/2/2016
A gum with really silver new leaves and cream flowers. 14/2/16
Eucalyptus cephalocarpa - Mealy Stringybark?
3/10/15 & 4/10/16 Found this at the top of the easement - maybe Swamp paper-bark (Melaleuca ericifolia)?
Prickly Moses (Acacia verticillata) 10/10/15
Um...... Something is blocking the driveway! 15/3/16