On the Stanthorpe Plateau, spectacular wildflower displays emerge among granite rocks, in woodland areas or along riparian water courses in spring. The Granite Belt alone has over 900 different flowering plant species, with close to 50 listed in the Nature Conservation Act as endangered, vulnerable or rare species. Many are endemic to the area, in that they are confined to a certain location or region and do not occur naturally anywhere else.
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