Badgingarra is renowned for its incredibly diverse bushland, which becomes ablaze with the brilliant colour of wildflowers during spring. The Badgingarra township is just east off the Brand Highway, 205 kilometres north of Perth. Refreshments are available from the roadhouse, tavern and general store.
- Take in stunning wildflowers of the National Park
- Enjoy the expansive views at Lang Lookout
- Stroll the Heritage and circular Wildflower Walk
- The park, 13,121 hectares in its entirety has been set aside for the preservation of many species of wildflowers including the black kangaroo paw (the Badgingarra logo) which are found in this vicinity. It is also home to many reptiles, emus, kangaroos and a variety of bird life including bustards and wedge tail eagles.
- A two kilometre walking trail has been established, commencing at a point on the west side of the Brand Highway close to the Badgingarra Roadhouse. The walk is over rugged terrain, featuring a steep hill with a lookout so a responsible level of health and fitness is required. Allow one and a half hours for the walk, leaving your car at the service station car park and picking up a Department of Parks and Wildlife booklet before you start.
- On the North West Road, between the original Badgingarra town site and the new, is 1.5 kilometre Heritage and Circular Wildflower Walk. Explore along the Hill River in footsteps of cattle drovers of the last century. Every season brings different varieties of wildflowers and the vegetation changes every time you cross one of the little bridges over the river.
- Take in expansive vistas of the red earth and green rolling pastures from this elevated site on Watheroo West Road. A large rock at the lookout commemorates local farmer George Elliot Lang, credited for the introduction of modern-day farming techniques in the area.
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options, including rammed earth chalets and cabins, powered caravan sites and camping facilities.
For information about Badgingarra accommodation and tours, visit the Pinnacles Visitor Centre
website or call +61 8 9652 7672.