Perhaps one of my readers (if I have any) will be able to help out.
Another bush tucker offering - sweet but with an unpleasant texture. It left a slimy residue on the tongue.
Bush tucker again. Very small, sweet berry reminiscent of ones we used to collect as kids in the Adelaide Hills - we called them native currants, I think. I wouldn't want to have to rely on these for a feed. It would take all day to pick enough for a meal.
This pretty thing is the flower of a native hopbush - a member of the Dodonaea family, but I am not sure which particular one.
This flower looks familiar - a member of the Malvaceae family, I think - some form of native hibiscus, perhaps?
And finally, my favourite. Obviously a pea flower, but I haven't a clue which species. We only saw one small bush of this and I was captivated by it - the colours so delicate for the harsh environment in which it was growing.