Growing on a flank of Mount Stirling at about 1300m altitude. Dianella tasmanica is a common species in the area but this one seems to have a thicker flower stem and more closely clustered flowers. Three photos.
Creeper growing through low shrubbery. One of a young group of plants to maximum height of about 1m. Looks to have potential to climb much higher, similar to clematis. Tiny flower. Diameter 5mm. 2 pics uploaded (one of leaves).
Not the best photo or example but at least it's a record. Stunted plant about 50cm high at elevation circa 1300m not long after snow melt. Have also seen plants at lower elevations (around 800m) to about 3m high with thick clusters of flowers.
Possibly the Holey Plains Form as it was observed adjacent to the Holey Plains State Park. VicFlora has this form with narrower leaves (to 5mm) and less hairy flowers than other forms of G.chrysophaea. I did not measure the leaves but they appeared to be a little larger than as stated; perhaps to 1cm.
Growing in shallow water in a forest dam. Noticed in two places about 1km apart. Identified as such by Kelly Bollinger (Facebook - Plant Identification Australia). Three photos uploaded.
Native species. Common elsewhere in Australia but unusual in Victoria.
I think this might be a Trachymene humilis subsp. humilis (Alpine Trachymene) but am not sure. Growing at about 1400m altitude between Omeo and Dargo. Stalks about 10cm. Plants appear to be growing individually rather than as a matted group as seen at higher altitudes. Three images uploaded.
Verbena officinalis has been suggested to me. One plant growing beside Stirling Road at Mount Buller in a rocky, dry environment. Altitude 1500 - 1600m. Twiggy shrub about 1 metre high. See other photos. Unfortunately pics not quite sharp enough to see leaf in detail. The flower and what you can see of the leaves certainly looks like Verbena.