Plant Species Present At Hyams Beach
- Coastal Banksia (Banksia integrifolia)
- Windswept sheoaks (Allocasuarina littoralis)
- Spinifex Grasses (Spinifex sericeus)
Coastal Banksia (Banksia integrifolia)
The Coastal Banksia graces the landscape of Hyams Beach with its unmistakable serrated leaves and tube-shaped bloom spikes. Its nectar-rich blossoms attract native birds and insects, adding to the biodiversity area and giving a beautiful setting to the ocean side.
Windswept Sheoaks (Allocasuarina littoralis)
Windswept Sheoaks, with their thin, needle-like leaves and unmistakable breeze-pruned appearance, contribute to the coastal charm of Hyams Beach. These trees are well-adapted to the coastal climate, with their adaptable branches influencing the sea breeze.
Spinifex Grasses (Spinifex sericeus)
Spinifex Grasses play a pivotal part in balancing out the hills of the Hyams Beach. With their tufted form and deep-reaching roots, these grasses help prevent erosion, keeping up with the respectability of the beachfront scene, and giving environment to little life forms.