The Cushion Bush is a distinctive Australian coastal plant that can be easily identified by its round, cushion-like shape and dense covering of fine, needle-like leaves.
The Cushion Bush is found in many areas along the Australian coastline, and blooms from late winter to early spring with masses of tiny white flowers.
The plant has many characteristics which make it well suited to coastal environments, including salt tolerance and wind resistance.
The Cushion Bush is an important source of food for native animals such as possums and birds, and provides shelter and protection from the weather.
If you're lucky enough to spot a Cushion Bush in the wild, you'll be rewarded with a beautiful and unique sight.