Jug Orchid - Pterostylis recurva
A very striking orchid and not easily overlooked by having a large flower of around 35 mm (11/2"), which is exposed above low vegetation on granite outcrops. Never in large colonies, but usually scattered plants can be found on most large rocky outcrops. Apparently it also grows in other habitats elsewhere, but I have not seen that in this region.
The unusual jug-like flower is an indication that this species is not closely related to any other Pterostylis species, so you will like-wise not be confused regarding identification, it being quite unique. Flowering time is usually from August to October, so don't miss it as it is worth seeing.