Download a list of common indigenous plants of Venus Bay peninsula

Common Venus Bay indigenous plants 

The plants that grow on Venus Bay Peninsula

Coast Banksia Woodland is one of six Ecological Vegetation Classes (EVCs) found on the Venus Bay Peninsula. EVCs are groupings of plants that grow together because of soil, aspect and climatic conditions. Two significant EVCs that once dominated the First, Second and Third Estates at Venus Bay are Coastal Dune Scrub Mosaic and Coast Banksia Woodland.

To read more, download  Vegetation Communities of the Venus Bay peninsula

Environmental Weeds on Venus Bay Peninsula

Environmental weeds are plants that threaten the values of natural ecosystems. They can invade native plant communities and outcompete them, resulting in loss of plant diversity and loss of habitat for animals and birds.

Do not dump garden waste or other rubbish on the roadside or in the bush!

Download a list in PDF format of the most common environmental weeds at Venus Bay as well as a list of local native (indigenous) alternatives. Environmental weeds table Venus Bay

Venus Bay Indigenous Plants

Download PDFs about each of these.