The Eneabba sandplain is part of the world-renowned biodiversity hotspot, supporting native vegetation known as Kwongan - the Aboriginal word for low, hard scrub and heathland. Kwongan of the Eneabba region is extremely diverse and includes many species, a large percentage of which are endemic to the region. Eneabba's neighbouring wildflower town is Carnamah.
Lake Indoon is a big freshwater lake, 12 kilometres west of Eneabba, ideal for water skiing, barbecues, picnics and camping. It includes gas barbecues, toilets and hot water facilities. Enjoy a day on the water before taking advantage of the free campsite and spending a night under the stars.
Tathra National Park lies 25 kilometres west of Carnamah on the Carnamah-Eneabba Road and is most spectacular during the wildflower season. Tathra is the Nyungar word for a beautiful place and is a fitting name for this beautiful National Park.
Located approximately 20km north of Eneabba, to the west of the Brand Highway, Beekeepers Reserve is a small area with a great variety of wildflowers in bloom during the season.
Western Flora Caravan and Tourist Park is the ideal place to base yourself when visiting for the Wildflowers with a great number of individual species growing natively on the property ready for you to explore via the walking trails. With lots of space for the kids to play with kangaroos your neighbours are all located in the one bush setting.
Lake Logue is a large seasonal freshwater lake located west of Eneabba. The 35km track is suitable for 4WD vehicles only and provides a variety of conditions, from knee-deep sand to mud flats to rocky ridges. Animal and bird life are abundant!