The wildflower season ranks as one of Western Australia’s most fascinating and precious natural treasures, attracting thousands of tourists and scientists.
Rain and sunshine greatly influence the timing of the wildflower season, causing it to span over several months and regions. Find out more
Generally, wildflowers will begin to appear in June in the north of the State, extending through to November in the south.
Below is a range of suggested itineraries. For an overview of the localities please download the Wildflower Trail Map here
To view full trail information, including a detailed map, please download the PDFs below.