More than 30,000 species of flora exist in Australia! Because Australia has been so isolated, it is home to many unique species of native plants. It also grows some rare plants, including many orchid and eucalyptus species. Some of the native plants of Australia include the Banksia, Wattle, Waratah (the NSW state flower), Bottle Brush, Elkhorn and Staghorn Fern, Bull Kauri, Everlasting Daisies, Grevillea, Palm Valley Myrtle, and the Desert Rose, Flame trees, and many others. Arrange a guide to discover some of these interesting and rare species, many not seen outside of Australia.