Flannel Flowers (Actinotus helianthi) are native to sandstone heathlands on the Australian east coast. They are commonly seen in spring around the Sydney basin. In 2001 the Flannel Flower was chosen as the New South Wales floral emblem to commemorate the Centenary of Federation of the six states of Australia in 1901 to form the Commonwealth of Australia. These Flannel Flowers were found on the headlands south of Dee Why Beach in Sydney.
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A6 size (105 x 148mm)
B8 size (62 x 88mm)
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