All photos are named, as best I can manage.
There are some explanatory notes in the Comments section below any photos I felt needed further details explained.
These plants were found on the way back from West Wyalong to Robertson.
Firstly I went via Temora, and then tracked across towards Grenfell. The first spot I tried was interesting - with two species I had not seen before. This was a stony ridge beside the road. Turns out it was almost certainly an old gold mine. This area was about 20 km north-east from Temora, on the Grenfell road (from Temora). Harsh stony terrain, with a narrow band of Callitris pines beside a fence-line, on top of a low ridge.
I found the tiny Midget Greenhoods here. They were very small indeed. Small flowers on short stems about 100 mm high (about 4 inches) only.
One of the so-called Midget Greenhoods
I also found the equally small Hairy Snail Orchid, which is now called Linguella clavigera.
Hairy Snail Orchid
I then went to Weddin Mountains National Park, about 15 Km north-west from Grenfell. This is a link to the NPWS website for Weddin Mtns NP - notes on the geology.
I went to Holy Camp Road car park, and started to walk up the hill towards Peregrine Lookout. I never got there, as I ran out of time, energy and battery power in my camera flash (not necessarily in that order). I did manage to find one of the group of "Green Comb Spider Orchids" (as described by David Jones. The name is not definite, but it is possibly
Conimbla National Park - vegetation notes.