The Wheatbelt region is a land of striking contrasts, with open farmlands, rust-red granite outcrops, salt lake views and numerous nature reserves. Marvel at the magnificent views from Elachbutting Rock or follow the Granite Loop Trail in spring and explore a wonderland of wildflowers.

The Wheatbelt region blooms to life with dashes of colours throughout the season, which typically lasts between July and October with an abundance of Orchids and Everlastings across the Wheatbelt, plus more.

Beacon and Billiburning

  • Orchids (Spider, Fairy)
  • Grevillea
  • Hakea
  • Eremophilia
  • Sandpaper wattle

Bencubbin

  • Wattkes
  • Native foxglove

Bruce Rock

  • Orchids
  • Sundews
  • Bacon and egg plant
  • Red Bonnets
  • Mallee gum trees
  • Vanilla Bush
  • Grevillea
  • Acacia
  • Hibbertia
  • Hakeas
  • Baeckea
  • Everlastings
  • Pink Pokers
  • Purple Mirbelia
  • Hop bush
  • Honey pots
  • Pincushions
  • Eight Nancy
  • Foxgloves
  • Yellow Logania
  • Mulla Mulla
  • Nulla Nulla
  • Stackhousia
  • Prickly Toothbrushes
  • Firebush

Cunderdin

  • Cunderdin Hill has great views over town and its wildflowers

Dalwallinu

  • Wattle
  • Blue dampiera
  • Purple keraudrenia
  • Yellow hibbertia
  • Native foxglove
  • Many types of orchids
  • Everlastings
  • Trigger plants

Dowerin

  • Mulla Mulla
  • Acacia
  • Wattle
  • Banded Green Hood orchid
  • Hibbertia
  • Damperia
  • Fringed Lily

Dumbleyung

  • Orchids

Hyden

  • Wattle
  • Hakea
  • Grevillea
  • Bottlebrush
  • Orchids

Kellerberrin

  • Tea tree
  • Wattle
  • Grevillea

Kondinin/Karlgarin

  • Orchids
  • Broom Milkwort
  • Acacia
  • Hakea
  • Grevillea
  • Phebalium

Koorda

  • Verticordia sp.
  • Everlastings
  • Hakea
  • Dampiera
  • Wattles
  • Bottlebrush
  • Cassia
  • Darwinia Rosea (Koorda Rose)
  • Orchids

Kukerin

  • Hakea
  • Orchids
  • Wattle

Kulin

  • Macrocarpa

Lake Grace

  • Western Mallee
  • Grevillea
  • Hakea
  • Eucalypts
  • Acacia

Merredin

  • Bottlebrush
  • Sundew
  • Wattle
  • Hibbertia
  • Orchids (Donkey, Spider, Blue Fairy, Damperia)
  • Pompom everlastings

Morawa

  • Everlastings

Mukinbudin

  • Wattle
  • Senna
  • Hakea
  • Quandongs
  • Purple dampiera
  • Purple calytrix
  • Yellow hibbertia
  • Red flowering kunzea
  • Pink tea tree
  • Acacia
  • Grevillea
  • Calothamnus
  • Eremophilia
  • Cassia
  • Sandalwood
  • Native orchids

Narembeen

  • Orchids
  • Everlastings
  • Boria
  • Boronia
  • Verticordia
  • Drosera

Narrogin

  • Orchids
  • Verticordia
  • Hakea
  • Kwongan wildflowers and shrubs

Nungarin

  • Vannilla Bush
  • Kunzea pulchella

Perenjori 

  • Orchids
  • Wreath Leschenaultia

Quairading

  • Donkey orchids
  • Kunzea pulchella

Southern Cross

  • Hakea
  • Grevillea
  • Wattle

Trayning

  • White-flowered Sundews
  • Orchids (Spider, Donkey, Fairy)

Westonia

  • Orchids (Spider, Any, Hooded, Blue and White Fairy, Donkey)
  • Wattles
  • Brachyscome ciliocarpa
  • White Pom Poms
  • Senna
  • Grevilleas
  • Hakea
  • Everlastings

Wongan Hills

  • Grevilleas
  • Orchids (Spider, Blue Fairy)
  • Everlastings
  • Hakea
  • Myrtle
  • Wattle
  • Verticordia (mid-October)
  • Shirt, Purple Enamel, Custard, Leopard and Little Laughing Leek orchids expected to bloom in October

Wubin

  • Everlastings
  • Wreath Leschenaultia 
  • Orchids (Ant, Cowslip, Donkey, Sun)
  • Everlastings

Wyalkatchem

  • Orchids at Korrelocking Reserve
  • Sundew
  • Everlastings
Wildflowers in the Wheatbelt
A wide variety of annual herbs and flowers are waiting to be discovered in springtime when
exploring Wheatbelt bushland (Photo: North Eastern Wheatbelt Travel Association)

Last updated September 2018