Western Australia is home to 12,000 incredible species of wildflowers, many of which are unique to the State. Visitors come from all over the world to experience the floral extravaganza that occurs between July and November every year.
The wildflower season is one of Western Australia’s natural treasures. For several months of each year wildflower blooms become prolific, carpeting two and a half million square kilometres of terrain across the State.
The season is influenced by rain and sunlight; the size and varying climate of Western Australia ensures that the wildflower season spans several months and regions. The season begins in the north in July and concludes in the southern regions of the State in November.
There are several explorer trails throughout Western Australia that incorporate the best locations to view each region as it blooms.
Wildflowers Western Australia