Northern Explorer Wildflowers Trail

The breathtaking Cape Range makes a stunning backdrop for the bright, colourful and fascinating plants that grow there. For a semi-arid area, the North West Cape is home to an unusually large variety of flora, with more than 630 species recorded so far.

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For this trail we recommend using the WA Road and 4WD Atlas, Mid-West WA map and Pilbara & Coral Coast map. All available to purchase in store or online now. Members save 15%.

Pilbara Wildflowers Trail

From July to September, the Pilbara’s wildflowers are as diverse as the landscape – and it’s yours to explore! See the unmistakable Sturt's desert pea, the fluffy mulla mulla, the majestic Ashburton pea and 65 species of Acacia (wattle).

For this trail we recommend using the Pilbara & Coral Coast map. Purchase in store or online now. Members save 15%.

Jarrahland Wildflowers Trail

Wind your way around this quaint bushland meets city hinterland, where you will find a mix of vineyards, orchards, old mill town cottages and from higher ground, coastal vistas. Take a break at one of the picnic areas along the way and stop to roam around the region’s unique national parks, reserves and conservation zones.

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We recommend using the South West Western Australia map and the 4WD Camping Escape (Southwest) map. Both can be purchased in store or online now. Members save 15%.

Granite Loop Wildflowers Trail

Explore the striking natural beauty of the Wheatbelt’s undulating, patchwork farmlands, huge granite rock formations and diverse variety of natural vegetation.

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For this trail we recommend using the WA Road and 4WD Atlas. Purchase in store or online now. Members save 15%.

Wave Rock Wildflowers Trail

The Central Wheatbelt is a three to four hour drive from Perth and can be accessed by self-drive visitors via a good network of sealed roads. There are a number of interesting routes for exploring this delightful region.

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For this trail we recommend using the WA Road and 4WD Atlas. Purchase in store or online now. Members save 15%.

Everlastings Trail

WA’s wildflowers are one of our state’s most fascinating and precious natural treasures. Wildflower season is a good opportunity to experience the Indian Ocean Drive and Wheatbelt, with the famous everlastings more abundant the further east you travel.

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For this trail we recommend using the Mid-West WA map. Purchase in store or online now. Members save 15%.