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.
The 2018 wildflower season is said to have been the best and biggest blooming display the Coral Coast region has seen in over a decade.
Western Australia 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 go along Western Australia's Coral Coast, 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.
What's in bloom and where?
See which wildflowers are in bloom now and where you can find them. The flowers start just two hours north of Perth.
Plan your own wildflower adventure!
To help you plan your very own wildflower road trip, we’ve got two, four, six and ten-day self-guided wildflower drive trail itineraries to fit your schedule.
Learn about the Hotspots!
Coral Coast wildflowers are everywhere but we also have a few key locations that consistently bloom.
Where should we stay?
Book your accommodation in/around Geraldton or Dongara-Port Denison for the Everlasting Carpets or Kalbarri, Cervantes and Eneabba for Orchids and Wattles.
How to identify that flower!?
Enjoy your wildflower road trip with help from WildflowersWA.net website who can help you determine what the flower is using leaf or flower shape, colour, locations!
Want to camp amongst the flowers?
Camping for both caravans and tents is permitted at Coalseam’s Miners site with overflow camping at Breakaway for tents only. Be prepared for crowds during weekends in the wildflower season. Three-night stay limit applies between late July and October - fees apply and camp rangers on hand.