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Kings Park
Kings Park
In one of the largest inner city parks in the world, Kings Park and Botanical Garden puts on an extraordinary display of more than 1,700 native species for its annual Wildflower Festival every September. It’s arguably one of the most dazzling 17 hectares on Earth. Plan your wildflower walk through Kings Park .

Fitzgerald River National Park
Fitzgerald River National Park
Step into one of the largest and most botanically significant national parks in Australia. In spring and autumn, you can stroll among more than 1,800 beautiful flowering plants, many of which are rare and unique to this area . Discover Fitzgerald River National Park .

Stirling Range
Stirling Range
Some of Australia’s most unique flora and fauna can be encountered in these dramatic ranges, including more than 100 species of birds, 1,500 varieties of plants and many delicate orchids, including the grand Queen of Sheba. Enjoy the pretty wildflower trails from August to October in the Stirling Range national park.

Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park
Some of the oldest rock formations in the world form a striking stage for Karijini’s wildflower season. In the cooler months and after good winter rains, the park bursts into bloom with yellow cassias and wattles, northern bluebells and purple mulla-mullas. Explore Karijini National Park .

Mount Augustus
Mount Augustus
On the wide open plains, surrounding the largest rock on Earth, a kaleidoscope of colourful wildflowers sweep as far as the eye can see after good winter rains. Find mulla mulla, native corn flower, flannel bush and everlastings along the base trail, or take in the full spectacle from the summit. Learn more about Mount Augustus .

Avon Valley National Park
Avon Valley National Park
Escape to the serenity of the Avon Valley, just one hour’s drive north of Perth. Here, where the jarrah and marri forests meet wandoo woodlands, you’ll find a spring wildflower wonderland and more than 90 species of birds too. Explore Avon Valley National Park.

Coalseam Conservation Park
Coalseam Conservation Park
Seemingly never-ending carpets of pink, gold, cream and white everlastings transform the bushland site of WA’s first coal mine into a riot of wildflower colour after the winter rains. Find out why many consider this to be the State’s wildflower capital – see more about Coalseam Conservation Park .

Lesueur National Park
Lesueur National Park
One of the top wildflower hotspots on Earth, more than 900 stunning varieties of wildflowers can be found thriving here, some of which are unique to the park . Take the half-hour drive east of Jurien Bay in August or September to dazzling feather flowers, orchids and more at Lesueur National Park .

Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri’s 400-million-year-old gorges, sand plains and heathlands are ablaze with the colours of spring between July and October, when more than 1,100 varieties of wildflowers come into bloom. Delights include vivid Banksias, Grevillias and catpaws. Check out Kalbarri National Park.

Serpentine National Park
Serpentine National Park
Take a trip to heritage listed Jarrahdale where you can enjoy the many walking trails and guided tours. Continue to Serpentine Falls and Serpentine Dam through the Darling Range for spectacular scenery of Jarrah forests and water features. Expect to see Wattle, Kangaroo Paw, Hakea and Hardenbergia flowers in the area, to name just a few.

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