Lesueur National Park is a must see for all wildflower lovers and botanists with more than 900 species of flora identified within the park. Visit during the wildflower season for a spectacular sight when a profusion of colour covers much of the National Park. Drive to the top of Mount Lesueur for a magnificent panoramic view across the park and the pretty coastline of Green Head.
Lesueur National Park is one of the most significant reserves for flora conservation in Western Australia. Several species cannot be found anywhere else in the world and have been included on an endangered list. The National Park is also home to more than 100 species of birds that rely on the flora for their survival.
Make sure you take a camera to capture the beauty of the region and hopefully if you are lucky you may even see the extremely rare Carnaby's Black cockatoo.
Lesueur National Park is just a short 15 minute drive north east of Jurien Bay and three hours' drive north of Perth.
Please note that animals and pets not allowed in the park.