The wildflower trails of the Coral Coast lead you through some of Australia's most breathtaking wildflower country.
Information or Visitor Centres in the regional towns are now open and the best place to get local information on what's blooming and where.
Current Wildflower Sightings for 2019 - updated as of 18 September
The warm weather with little or no rain is pushing the season impacting the everlastings and orchids. Mainly yellow everlastings out now.
Lesueur National Park: Inland from Jurien Bay, this National Park has an amazing variety of bush flowers and the density improves with time. Look out for the great walk up the hill for special views.
Brand Highway: There are still bush flowers both sides of the highway around Eneabba to Badgingarra. Acacia blakelyi Wattle are out along the highway and Woolly grevillea out in profusion. The first of the beautiful blue Lechenaultia biloba is out on Tootbardi Rd, and along Highway. Plenty of smoke bush, grevilleas, dryandras and pink thryptomene on hwy.
Good display of catspaw on Tootbardi Rd at entrance to Hi Vallee. The pink hakea neurophylla (veined hakea) are visible on the northern end of Cockleshell Gully Road. Western Flora Caravan Park is a great hotspot for wildflowers, and has wildflower tours every day.
Please note: This page is regularly updated with current wildflower information so be sure to check back regularly.