The wildflower season is usually from June to early October. Wildflower reports and sightings are published on this page during wildflower season. There are currently no sightings recorded as it is outside of wildflower season - please check back here in July 2019 for our next Wildflower season.
Wildflowers bloom on Australia's Coral Coast all year round, but between July and October you’ll see some of the most stunning displays in the State, when blankets of brilliant wildflowers colour the outback landscape. No matter where you travel, the diverse range of wildflowers will dazzle you - and you don't even need to go off the beaten track. Many species delight simply by growing along the roadside.
Visitors travelling north of Perth on the Brand Highway (out of Perth's Bullsbrook suburb) will delight in viewing some of the State’s most vibrant wildflowers as they drive through the inland farming towns of Dandaragan, Badgingarra, Eneabba, Three Springs, Coorow, Carnamah, Mingenew and Mullewa.
Learn about the region’s interesting heritage and early settlers by strolling along walking trails that showcase the many historic buildings in these towns. In addition to the breathtaking hinterland of Coalseam Conservation Park, as the premier location for everlasting wildflower carpets, the area is also known for its farming industry - particularly award-winning Dandaragan Organic Beef.