Another thrill! I found this Bearded Orchid growing with my previously posted Diuris orientis (Wallflower Donkey Orchid) which I found earlier on the verge of heathy bushland.
I believe it is Calochilus Robertsonii, endemic to my region. It's common name is the Purple Beard Orchid.
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This next one, I believe to be Thelymitra rubra aka the Salmon Sun Orchid. These were also growing in the same spot as the Wallflowers and the Bearded Orchid but at the time, were not fully open. I found these ones in full flower just across the road.
I was gradually building up a bit of despondency, having only found a few small plots of Petalochilus carnea. However, I came across a small collection of the Hooded Caladenia, Stegostyla cucullata, growing on a macropod path.
I snooped around and found this lovely white form of Petalochilus carnea. I am calling this one because of the horizontal purple banding inside and outside the labellum.