succulent with pink flower offshoots
broad green leaves tipped in pink/purple with long flowering offshoots with bright pink flower.
Hi Jennifer, this is definitely some kind of Echeveria, based on the structure of the flower stalk.
Unfortunately, I can't see enough of the leaves to give you much more than that. However, the color of the blooms is somewhat unusual, as most Echeveria have either peach colored flowers, or pink, so that characteristic might give you some better luck with identifying it.
You can see more about Echeveria hybrids and species, and find out more about how to grow Echeveria.
Here's a site that has a ton of great pictures - maybe your plant will be illustrated there: Echeverias in Oz.
Hope that helps with your search!
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