Flora in The Grampians

One of the most striking features of the park is its rich and colorful wildflower display, best seen from May to December. The park  comes to life with vibrant shows of Grampians Boronia, Grampians Pin-cushion Lily, Grampians Parrot-pea, Grampians Thryptomene and a multitude of other herbs and shrubs. 

The park contains over 900 indigenous plant species. Twenty of these, including the Grampians Gum and Grampians Parrot-pea, are found nowhere else in the world.

Plant community's range from luxuriant fern gullies, to Stringy bark forests and Red Gum woodlands in the Victoria Valley, to stunted heaths on the Major Mitchell Plateau.

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There are eight broad vegetation communities within the park - Sub-alpine,Sclerophyll Forests, Shrubby Woodlands, Savannah Woodlands, Heath Woodland, Heath lands, Swampland and Riparian vegetation.

Fire plays a major role in the ecology of the Grampians vegetation and fauna.

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