Banksia woodlands are a beautiful feature of the Perth and Peel regions extending north and south across the Swan Coastal Plain from Jurien Bay to Dunsborough. Banksias, the feature plant of this community, are in an ancient family of plants that began appearing around the same time as the extinction of dinosaurs, about 70 million years ago. 

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