Native Plants of Oatley Park

Plants of OP cover Oatley Flora and Fauna Society have produced a photographic guide to the native plants of Oatley Park.

Oatley Bushland Park occupies a promontory at the junction of Georges River and Lime Kiln Bay in Southern Sydney. Its 45 hectares consists mainly of sandstone woodland with shrubby understory. Over 310 plant species have been recorded in the park. The park is an important regional sanctuary protecting a number of plant species not found anywhere else in the St George area.

For printed copies of the photographic guide published by the Society – phone Secretary on (02) 9580-6621 or email Website Officer at off@oatleypark.com. Alternatively, download the A3 print quality file using the following link:

NATIVE PLANTS OF OATLEY PARK (1.4 MB)

 

 

 

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