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Wildflowers Spring to life in Western Australia

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Coalseam National Park

Kings Park Festival

September 1 – 30

Western Australia’s wildflower season is well and truly underway with carpets blooming in the State’s mid-north west regions. So get your car rental organised and camera batteries charged.

For the first time, wildflower enthusiasts can track where to locate the latest wildflowers State-wide, following the launch of an interactive Wildflower Tracker, which also gives users the opportunity to contribute photos and flower recordings from their travels.

Start by seeing thousands of extraordinary wildflowers from all across WA blooming in one spot at the spectacular Kings Park and Botanic Garden, right on the steps of the Perth CBD. Celebrating the greatest wildflower show on earth, the month-long festival hosts a number of free events, including outdoor exhibitions, guided walks, art displays and family activities.

Ravensthorp

Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show & Spring Festival

September 9 – 21

Known for its extraordinary biodiversity, natural rugged beauty and national parks, the Shire of Ravensthorpe shows off its incredible wildflowers and other flora at this show and festival. More than 600 botanically identified native flower specimens will be on display, or visitors can head further afield by taking part in guided flower walks or four-wheel-drive tag-along tours.

Bloom Festival

September 21 to October 20

A month of fabulous and varied events celebrating spring across the upper Great Southern region of Western Australia. Bloom Festival hosts a program of more than 60 events, incorporating wildflower displays, exhibitions, informative workshops, guided walks and food events.

For more information visit www.westernaustralia.com/events

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