The Lane Cove area is home to diverse flora types and is part of one of the mega-diverse floras in the world. One of the most beautiful and spectacular is the Sydney sandstone flora on the upper slopes of the Lane Cove Valley. This has its main flowering in Winter/Spring with a diverse understory of Pea flowers, Heathland plants, and Banksias to name a few. Honeyeater birds such as the New Holland and the Eastern Spinebill can be seen feeding on the nectar flowers.
Still present in Lane Cove bushland are examples of the original major community types, wetlands, dry sclerophyll forest (open woodland or forest), heath and wet sclerophyll forest (tall forest). Follow us on Facebook page or this website to keep up to date.
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