The answer to my question is : HAIRPIN Banksia

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callumjames90

who gave the answer

HAIRPIN BANKSIA

Banksia Spinulosa

Banksia spinulosa

Distribution Map
Family: Proteaceae
Distribution: Open forests and woodlands of the coasts and mountains of New South Wales and Queensland.
Common Name: Hairpin Banksia
Derivation of Name: Banksia…after Sir Joseph Banks.
spinulosa…from Latin spinulosus; bearing spines.
Conservation Status: Not considered to be at risk in the wild at the species level.

General Description:

Three varieties of B.spinulosa are recognised; var. spinulosa, var. neoanglica and var. collina. All are small to medium shrubs with stems which arise from a lignotuber. The main difference between the varieties is the width and degree of serration of the leaves. Var.spinulosa is found in several disjunct populations between southern New South Wales and North Queensland, var.neoanglicais found on the New England plateau and var.collina is found in coastal New South Wales north from Sydney. Some intergrading occurs where the ranges overlap.

 

http://asgap.org.au/b-spi.html

 

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