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Wildflowers of Western Australia

February 13, 2016 0 Comments

Do you like to get out of the house and get back to nature? Do you want to capture the best picture of beautiful flowers that form in the wild? If you’re in the state of Western Australia, you can find over 12,000 species of wildflowers during peak season from June to November.   Western Australia has the world’s largest collection and it’s quite staggering when you consider 60% of them in the world are found in Western Australia.


During Peak season, the self-drive options are easy to use to see the wild flowers and the popular wreath flowers. Wreath flowers are not common and can only be found in very limited places around the state.

Our photos were taken along the Pindar – Beringarra Road, which is 30kms east of Mullewa and 10kms north on the Beringarra Road which is unsealed. Here we found an abundance of wreath flowers. They were on the side of the road and there is plenty to space available to stop and take many photos.



Love Your Travels

loveyourtravels is joint travel blog by engaged couple Stacey and Wayne. The blog is to encourage others to get out there and see their own backyard. Even if its day trips, weekends, holidays or full time travel we do it all. We love to share our travel experiences, thoughts and costs. Planning our Wedding in March 2019 then taking off immediately after to Road Trip and Work Australia.