A true country experience just hours from home.
Wildflower Country runs from Moora in the south to Dalwallinu in the east and Mullewa in the north and Greenhead and Geraldton to the West.
There are four main ways to explore Wildflower Country, Wildflower Way is the most Eastern Route or Midlands Road is the central route, avoiding the main highways. Both Brand Highway and the newly opened Indian Ocean Drive will also will lead you through to the heart of Wildflower Country and offer access to all the area has to offer.
Wildflower Country is home to one of the most diverse and colourful range of plants in the world. From fields of everlastings to the diverse f lowering plants. You will continue to be amazed.
The western and southern section of Wildflower Country is one of the world's richest flora areas – and home to acres of shrubby vegetation known to Aborigines as "kwongan", a dense mixture of different plants, including the scarlet flowers of the staghorn bush, the soft grey of smokebush and the pink and yellow of verticordias.
The eastern and northern Wildflower Country is a complete contrast, with carpets of everlastings, the unique and distinctive Wreath Flower as well as the bright orange wild pomegranate, bright pink native foxgloves, many species of orchids, grevillea, acacia, purple darwinia and dampiera, thriptomene, smokebush, woody pear, cassias, eremophila, blue cornflower and yellow bells.
Take your time, pull up and have a wander around the many reserves and areas of native bushland, with 1000's of flowering plants on offer you won't be disappointed. And don't forget local knowledge, you can always ask at the tourist centres for maps and flower locations, they are only too happy to assist.
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