Flannel Flowers

The delicate flannel flower is so named because of the soft woolly feel of the plant. They also attract numerous insects, such as beetles and wasp moths

The Flannel Flower, also known as actinotus helianthi, is a flowering plant native to bushland around New South Wales. In Greek, its scientific name roughly translates to ‘ray’ or ‘sunbeam.’

Known for its adaptability and endurance in extreme weather and landscapes, the flannel flower also serves as a national symbol for mental health awareness in Australia.

Previous Project

Humpback Whales

Hundreds of Humpback whales pass by per day ​​towards the end of June and the beginning of July as they begin their migration between their…
Next Project


Wombats are only found in Australia and are among the largest burrowing mammals in the world, they’re expert diggers with short, muscular…