Banksia vincentia

Banksia vincentia is possibly Australia’s rarest banksia, confined to a single small population near Jervis Bay, NSW.

Banksia vincentia is possibly Australia’s rarest banksia, confined to a single small population near Jervis Bay, NSW

It was only found in 2008 and formally described in 2014.

A team involving staff from the Office of Environment and Heritage, Botanic Gardens from the South East NSW Bioregion Partnership, private land holders and volunteers are all working together as part of Saving our Species to ensure the species survival.

Learn more at the Banksia vincentia profile page.