These were taken in the Wingello State Forest, Summer/Autumn 2011.
The top row of flowers are: Patersonia sericea (Native Iris), Hibbertia scandens (Climbing Guinea Flower), Goodenia hederacea (Ivy Goodenia).
The second row are: Helichrysum bracteatum (Yellow Paper Daisy or Golden Everlasting), Dampiera stricta (Blue Dampiera), Helichrysum leucopsideum (Satin Everlasting)
The third row are repeats of the above.
The Native Iris (flowering spring-summer), Ivy Goodenia (spring-autumn) and Satin Everlasting (summer) are all found in open forest, woodland and heath. The Yellow Paper Daisy (spring-autumn) is found in sheltered forest on better soils. On the tablelands the Climbing Guinea Flower is found in moist forest gullies and flowers all year.
[Information from: A. Fairley and P. Moore, Native Plants of the Sydney District]