The Gascoyne is part of WA's internationally renowned region for spectacular wildflowers. Peak wildflower season is dependent on the timing and abundance of seasonal rains but generally the best time to visit for wildflowers is from July – August.

Shark Bay Visitor Centre have spotted the below beautiful blooms within the region.

  • Golden everlastings  - spotted around Stromatolites and Hamelin Station areas
  • White everlastings - spotted 10km south of Billabong Roadhouse on the North-West Coastal Highway

Mount Augustus

  • Mulla mulla (Ptilotus exaltatus)
  • Everlastings (Rhodanthe Chlorocephala)
  • Sturt desert peas (Swainsona formosa)
  • Purple haze (Pulmonaria saccharata)
  • Foxglove (Digitalis)

Stella Rowley Drive

  • Tamala Rose (Diplolaena grandiflora)
  • Scarlet Runner (Kennedia prostrata)
  • Shark Bay Daisy (Pembertonia latisquamea)
  • Wild Rose (Diplolaena grandiflora)
Eagle Bluff
  • Dune Wattle (Acacia ligulata)

Carnarvon

  • Golden everlastings - in and around Carnarvon township
  • Gascoyne mulla mulla (Ptilotus exaltatus) - Blowholes Road and Quobba Station
  • Namana (Euphoria australis) - Quobba Coastline
  • Cape Range Grevillea (Grevillea Variifolia) - Quobba Coastline
  • Coastal Hibiscus (Alyogyne cuneiformis) - Quobba Coastline and Rocky Pool
  • Velvet Scurf Pea (Cullen Martinii) - Tramway Walk Trail
  • Dampier Pea (Swainsona Pterostylis) - Miaboolya Beach
  • Green Birdflower (Cratalaria Cunninghaii) - Carnarvon township
  • Native Poplar (Codonocarpus cotinifloius) - Carnarvon township
  • Tassel Top (White ptilotus clementii) - Miabooyla Beach

Exmouth - Cape Range National Park

  • Mulla Mulla (Ptilotus exaltatus) 
  • Red Sturt Desert Pea
  • Dampier Pea
  • Green Birdflower