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Honeyeater Bushland Reserve is home to the following plants, animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects.

Birds

Brown-headed Honeyeater – Melithreptus brevirostris

Eastern Rosella – Platycercus eximius

Fairy Wren – Malurus cyaneus

Fuscous Honeyeater – Ptilotula fusca

Galah – Eolophus roseicapilla

Golden Whistler – Pachycephala pectoralis

Grey-shrike Thrush – Colluricincla harmonica

Musk Lorikeet – Glossopsitta concinne

New Holland Honeyeater – Phylidonyris novaeholiandiae

Noisy Miner – Manorine melanocephala

Pacific Black Duck – Anas superciliosa

Red Browed Finch – Neochmia temporalis

Red Wattlebird – Anthochaera carunculata

Royal Spoonbill – Platalea regia

Spotted Pardalote – Pardalotus punctatus

Striated Pardalote – Pardalotus striatus

Superb Fairy Wren – Malurus cyaneus

Whistling Kite – Haliastur sphenurus

White plumbed Honeyeater – Ptilotula penicillata

White-eared Honeyeater – Lichenostomus leucotis

White-necked Heron – Ardea pacifica

Yellow-faced Honeyeater – Caligavis chrysops

Frogs

Bibron’s toadlet – Pseudophryne bibronii

Common Eastern Froglet – Crinia signifera

Eastern Sign-Bearing Froglet – Crinia parsignifera

Native plants

Ausfelds wattle – Acacia ausfeldii

Austral Storksbill – Pelagonium austrate

Bendigo Heath Tea-tree – Leptospermum myrsinaides

Bendigo Wax Flower – Philathoco verrucosa

Black-anther Flax Lily – Dionella admixes

Box Mistletoe – Amyema miquelii

Bull Mallee – Eucalyptus behriana

Bushy Needlewood – Hakea decurrans

Cats Claw Grevilla – Grevillia alpina

Cherry Ballart – Exocarpos cuprassiformis

Climbing Sundew – Drosera mocrantha

Common Fringe-myrtie – Colytrix tatragona

Common Rice Flower – Pimetea humilis

Cranberry Heath – Astroloma humifusum

Daphne Heath – Brachylome dephnoides

Dodder Laurel – Cassytho filiformis

Drooping Cassinia – Cassinia arcuata

Fireweed – Senecio sp.

Flame Heath – Astroloma conostephivides

Gold-dust Wattle – Acacia acinacea

Golden Wattle – Acacia pycnantha

Goodenia – Goodenia sp

Gorse bitter pea – Daviesia ulicifolia

Greenhood orchids – Pterostylis sp.

Grey Box – Eucalyptus microcarpa

Grey Everlasting – Ozothomnus obcordetus

Heath Tea Tree – Leptospermum myrsinoides

Hedge Wattle – Acacia espera

Honey Pots – Acrotriche serrulata

Kangaroo Grass – Themede triandra

Leak Orchid – Prasophyium sp.

Matted Bush-pea – Pultenaea pedunculata

Narrow leaf pea – Doviesia mimasoides

Phragmites – Phragmites

Pigface – Carpobrotus glaucescens

Ploughshare Wattle – Acacia gunnii

Tussock grass – Poa sieberiana

Purple Coral Pea – Hardenbergia violocea

Raspwort – Gonocarpus tetragynus

Red Box – Eucalyptus polyanthemus

Red Stringybark – Eucalyptus macrorhyncha

River Red Gum – Eucalyptus camaldelensis

Rough Wattle – Acacia aspera

Ruby Saltbush – Enchylaena tomentosa

Saloop – Einadia hastata

Scented Sun Orchid – Thelymiere sp.

Scented Sundew – Drosera aberrans

Showy Parrot Pea – Dillwynia sericea

Silver Wattle – Acacia dealbata

Slaty Sheoak – Allocasuarina muelleriana

Spear Grass – Austrostipa sp.

Spreading Wattle – Acacia genistifolia

Sticky Evertasting – Xerochrysum viscosum

Stinking Pennywort – Hydrocotyle laxifiora

Sweet Bursaria – Bursaria spinosa

Sword Sedge – Carex appressa

Tall Sundew – Drosera macrantha

Totem poles – Melaleuca decussata

Twiggy Bush-pea – Puttencas largiflorens

Twining Fringe Lily – Thysanotus petersonii

Urn Heath – Melichrus urceolatus

Vanilla Lily – Arthropodium milleflorum

Violet Honey-myrtle – Melaleuca wilsonii

Wallaby Grass – Rytidosperma setaceum

Wattle Mat-rush – Lomandra filiformis

Wild Carrot – Daucus carota

Willow-leaved hakea – Hakea salicifolia

Wirilda – Acacia provincialis

Yellow Gum – Eucalyptus leucoxylon