Wildflower Country runs from Moora in the south to Dalwallinu in the east and Mullewa in the north and Green Head and Geraldton to the West. The western and southern section of Wildflower Country is one of the world's richest flora areas – home to acres of shrubby vegetation known to Aborigines as "kwongan".

September, 2018

Wildflower country blooms with some of WA's richest flora each season. Endless carpets of everlastings flourish across the region.

Check out which blooms Australia’s Coral Coast has seen so far in WA's wildflower country this season.


All the usual species in this area are blooming, like the One-sided Bottlebrush.


  • Yellow and pink everlastings starting to bloom on Carnamah-Perenjori Road
  • Everlastings on either side of the road


  • Wreath flowers
  • Yellow pom poms
  • Spider orchids
  • Donkey orchids
  • Snail orchids
  • Everlastings  


  • Crinkle-leafed Bunny orchid
  • Hooded orchid
  • Snail orchid
  • Slender Snail orchids
  • Golden Wattles
  • Honeybush
  • Red Bird Beak
  • Polyanthema
  • Casuarina equisetifolia
  • Egg and bacon flowers


  • Wreath flowers can be found 30km east of Mullewa


  • Pink everlastings


Coalseam Conservation Park

  • Everlastings

Depot Hill

  • Pink everlastings
  • Orchids


  • Purple Fairy orchid
  • Snail orchids
  • Everlastings
  • Wreath flowers 30km east of Mullewa  

Take Old Mingenew Road for Wilson's Grevillea, Pom Poms and Acacias.

Three Springs

  • Orchids in Wilson Nature Reserve and Arrowsmith area


  • Everlastings expected mid-August

Last updated August 2018