Stressed or fatigued?, did your team lose again?
Revive your spirits with a honey myrtle (Hypocalymma angustifolium) aromatherapy session.
See the red tape on the right as you drive down the steep part of the track leading from the Claypit to the Granite walk car park. Walk in about 20 metres where you can’t miss the flowering shrubs After you recover from the rich and sensuous perfume, appreciate the rare red flowering variants.
The interspersed pea flowered shrubs are poisons: prickly poison (Gastrolobium spinosum), box poison (Gastrolobium parviflorum net-veined leaf underside), and York road poison (Gastrolobium calycinum spear-shaped leaves). Native animals like kangaroos and bronzewing pigeons tolerate them but they are lethal to introduced animals such as sheep, cattle and humans if eaten. Please don’t chew flowers or pick your teeth with a twig?