Here are a few of the orchids found growing near our home in the hills and some from the coastal plain.
These are one of the more common orchids found in the hills area at this time of year, the Cowslip Orchids.
Another common orchid is the Donkey Orchid, found growing in many areas at this time of year.
This is the Bird Orchid, due to it's colour and small size, amazingly hard to see under trees on the forest floor.
A small beautiful orchid found only in certain open areas amongst the forest, the Autumn Leek Orchid.
Another common orchid of the Jarrah forest and coastal plain, the Pink Fairy Orchid.
One of the many, many Spider Orchids belonging to the Caladenia genus.
Another Caladenia species, possibly the White Spider Orchid. You really need a Caladenia book and a hand lens to often tell which species it is, and there seem to be new species all the time.