Having finally got out in the bush to catch up on Spring (nose duly covered by a mask), I have been treated to a glorious shower of yellow flowering shrubs, from lemon to orange-tinged.
This pale beauty is aptly named the Golden Glory Pea, or Gompholobium latifolia.
It grows on the prettiest arching shrub, very different from the stiffer majority.
And now that the wattles are done, the job of carrying the gold throughout this coastal bushland is being borne by a variety of pea-flowering shrubs, too many for me to suss out, like Dilwynias.
In lesser numbers, the Hop Bushes or Dodoneas are flaunting their bunches of soft green flowers.
But the winner for dominance is a shrub or small tree called Satinwood (Nematolepis squamea), whose starry white flowers formally stud its branches throughout the bush, at all different heights.