The original vegetation of the Bronte Gully area is classed as 'woodland' and 'coastal heath'. Coastal heath is slightly different to Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub because it only grows on wind blown (aeolian) sands. Many of the species however, overlap. The Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub was an ecological community once common throughout the Waverley area. It is now restricted to less than 1 percent of the district. See the Waverley website for a species list of flora in the gully.
Plants which we hope to plant in this area include:
Banksia integrifolia - Coastal Banksia