Membership is available to members of an ANPSA-affiliated Regional Society. If you are not a member of a Regional Society, please refer to the ANPSA Membership Page for further information on joining.
To join the Wallum and Coastal Heathland Study Group, please send a request using the following form (please note that all fields are mandatory* – you may edit the ‘Message’ field if necessary) :
Wallum and Coastal Heathland Study Group FormSignup form for the Wallum and Coastal Heathland Study Group that sends a notification to the Study Group leader.
The Study Group’s newsletters document reports from members into cultivation issues, propagation methods and natural occurrences of different species. The group also organises field trips to natural areas to observe and record heathland species growing in the wild.
Most of the newsletters published by the Group are available for download.
A small compilation of books, journals and internet resources on Wallum habitat and plant species.
These are a few internet and other resources on Wallum flora that might prove useful:
- Carr, Allan (2018), A Field Guide to Native Plants of Bribie Island and nearby coastal South-east Queensland, Caboolture Daytime Branch, Native Plants Queensland.
- Elliot W R and Jones D (1990), The Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants, all volumes, Lothian Publishing Company Pty Ltd, Melbourne.
- Harrold, Arthur (1994), Wildflowers of the Noosa Cooloola Area: An Introduction to the Trees and Wildflowers of the Wallum, Noosa Parks Association, Queensland
- Haslam, Stephanie (2011 – third edition), Noosa’s Native Plants, Noosa Integrated Catchment Association, Queensland.
- MacRae, Ian C (1996), Wildflowers of Bribie Island, Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association, Queensland.
- McDonald Elizabeth (1980), Wildflowers Of The Wallum, Boolarong Publications, Ascot, Queensland.
- Backward Glance: Sunshine Coast – Wildflower heritage
- Banksia aemula; Wallum Banksia
- Rare and Threatened Fraser Coast Flora (pdf)
- Sunshine Coast expert calls for wildflower protection
- The Flowering Sands
- Vera Scarth-Johnson Wildflower Reserve, Bundaberg
- Wallum Heathland; From the ABC’s ‘Gardening Australia’
- Wildflowers of Cooloola