Stamps are listed below according to plant species and year of issue.
The 'PREVIOUS' and 'NEXT' buttons at the end of each stamp page move in chronological order of their issue. The chronological sequence starts with the South Australian Proclamation Tree stamp of 1936, a River Red Gum, Eucalyptus camaldulensis. The first real featured flower is the Flannel Flower, Actinotus helianthi 2/-, 8 April 1959.
The 'STAMPS' button brings you back to this alphabetical index.
It ends with Corymbia ficifolia, incorporated into the label for a box of apples in a series of fruit-label stamps in 2016.
Only the first issued stamp with a particular botanical illustration is included when the same illustration is used on stamps with several denominations or re-issues.
Christmas Island stamps are treated as a separate website [here].
At this stage stamps from other Australian Territories, like Cocos-Keeling Island, are not included.
We are building up a collection of Australian native plants on other country's stamps, ie Uganda