The City of Greater Geelong provides listings of the indigenous plants of the area. A series of zones across the region have been determined based on soil type, drainage and other factors which then determines the relevant indigenous vegetation. This information can you help you determine the best plants for your property.
The links below direct straight to the five zones most relevant to the Bellarine.
Zone 1 : Eastern Bellarine Plains : Indented Head, St Leonards and Murradoc
Zone 2 : Mount Bellarine Volcanic Soils : Mount Bellarine / Scotchmans Hill
Zone 3 : Central Bellarine Hills : Portarlington, Clifton Springs, Drysdale, Mannerim, Marcus Hill, Wallington, Leopold, Curlewis, Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff
Zone 4 : Lower Rear Dune Communities : Torquay to Point Lonsdale
Zone 5 : Moolap Plains : Moolap, Point Henry, Whittington, Newcomb and Limeburners Point
For further information, refer to the City of Greater Geelong website “Indigenous Plants of the Geelong Region”