Western Australia's Coral Coast is wildflower country year round, however, displays are at their best between July and October when inland areas are in full bloom and carpets of brilliant colour blanket the region. In Western Australia, the wildflower season starts in Australia's North West in June/July and concludes October/November in Australia's South West.
To see the Everlasting Wildflower Carpets of Australia's Coral Coast, the best month for the coming season will be August and September, with Wreath Flowers in full bloom during early September.
Want to find out what's currently in bloom and where? Visit our Where to see Wildflowers page which is regularly updated during the Wildflower season.
Top tips for wildflower enthusiasts
- TAKE nothing but photos – picking wildflowers is illegal and can attract a $2000 fine.
- RESPECT private property and don't trespass.
- PROTECT canola crops and prevent the spread of disease by staying out of canola fields.