Angophora hispida...Dwarf Apple
Angophoras were called Apples since colonial time, because of their supposed resemblance to apple trees. I'm not so sure.
Xanthorrhoea...Grass Tree, Blackboy
Xanthorrhoeaceae is almost entirely an Australian species (1 or 2 species of Lomandra in New Guinea and New Caledonia). These very slow growing Grass Trees produce long spikes at the end of a scape (not pictured). They are often one of the first group of plants to flower after wildfire. Xanthorrhoea provided food, drink, fibre as well as materials for making implements and weapons for the aborigines.
This common weed (at least in my garden) is a digestive stimulant. In herbal medicine it is indicated in apetite loss (when associated with liver weakness). It is also a useful herb in conditions involving a slugggish digestion and in dyspepsia.