The World Heritage Area of Shark Bay is UNESCO listed for so many reason - not just the incredible Marine Park but also the land-based environmental importance.
Shark Bay boasts the longest wildflower season on the Coral Coast, with over 700 species of flowering plants on display, many of which are endemic to the region.
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
Dirk Hartog Island
Currently in bloom on Dirk Hartog Island is Shark Bay's most prolific flower, the Tamala Rose. These flowers can be found at Surf Point, which can be visited on a day tour with Shark Bay Dive and Marine Safaris
Francois Peron National Park
Tamala Rose and Shark Bay daisies are currently in bloom within the Francois Peron National Park. For exact locations within the Park, visit the Shark Bay Discovery Centre.
- Great carpets of yellow everlastings now on display at Tamala Station in Shark Bay.
Please note: This page is regularly updated with current wildflower information so be sure to check back regularly.