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WA Wildflowers

Where the WA Wildflowers Are

Western Australia is home to one of the world’s largest collection of wildflowers. #WanderOutYonder and discover these stunning locations this Spring with over 12,000 species of wildflowers, almost two-thirds of which are unique to Western Australia!

Where to find them:

  1. Lesueur National Park, featuring over 900 specifies of flowers, most of which are rare.
  2. Enneabba and Badgingarra on the Brand highway. Check out the Iaian Wilson Trail
  3. Margaret River Region, home to over 2,500 species of wildflowers
  4. Stirling Range National Park featuring more than 100 different species of Orchids
  5. Wheatbelt including Wave Rock and Westonia following the Wave Rock Wildflower Trail
  6. Perth including Kings Park, Bold Park, John Forrest National Park and Walyunga National Park


Check out the Wildflower Tracker from Western Australia Visitor Centre to see where you can find wildflowers across the state.



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