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See Western Australian wildflowers in bloom.

There are more than 12,000 species of wildflowers in WA, making it the world’s largest collection of wildflowers. It’s a staggering sight to behold, especially when you consider 60% of Western Australian wildflowers are found nowhere else on Earth. What’s more, you can enjoy their glorious carpets of colour and curious blooms for six months of the year, as the season begins in June, in the north, and sweeps down the State to finish with a flurry on the south coast in November.

Take your pick of the bunch

Certain destinations and months of the year are renowned for specific species. For example, the Golden Outback is the place to picnic on a blanket of white, pink and yellow everlastings. Seek out the unique Wreath Flower on the Coral Coast. Go hunting for delicate orchids in the South West.

You can view the very best of all Western Australian Wildflowers every September, when Kings Park Botanical Garden bursts into bloom. Or head for one of Perth’s many nature reserves and national parks to spot local native species, from brightly coloured banksias to vivid red and green kangaroo paws.

Guided wildflower tour

Let the local flora experts show you the best of the Western Australian wildflower extravaganza on a guided coach or walking tour. Search for wildflower tours from Perth or WA’s regional towns online and choose from one-day to extended 15-day options.

Hit the self-drive wildflower trails

Explore some of Mother Nature’s most dazzling work at your leisure, following one of 11 wildflower trails from Perth to the Coral Coast, South West, Golden Outback and even as far north as the Pilbara.


See the Wildflower eGuide for more details. If you’re planning a self-guided tour of WA wildflowers, be sure to check the local visitor centres for guides and the latest seasonal wildflower reports.