Wildflower season is one of Western Australia’s most fascinating and precious natural treasures. From July through to November the world’s largest range of wildflowers bloom.
Karijini National Park
Bullara Station Stay
Starting in the north of Australia’s Golden Outback you will see carpets of everlastings as far as the eye can see. Gradually as the weather warms further south, the Wheatbelt bursts into bloom and then finally you can experience the colour of the coastal national parks. A journey out to see the beautiful array of colours as well as the delicate and unusual features of many of the species, makes a wonderful day trip or extended holiday. Rains and sunshine greatly influence the timing of the wildflower season and before departure it is a good idea to telephone the local visitor centre in the area to check the variety of flowers that are blooming and their location. Although wildflowers can often be seen from the roadside, many interesting species are WILDFLOWER self drives
Mt.Augustus Tourist Park
Park CollierRange National
Wheatbelt Granites Loop
located off the road and are not difficult to find with information from the visitor centre.
On the following pages you will find a great range of self drive routes and the ones that burst into colour with wildflowers over spring have been highlighted with this small flower symbol.
Pink everlastings at Eaglestone Rock, near Nungarin #cjmaddock
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