The Wildflowers are in

The time to come is now!

The best times to view wildflowers along the Wheatbelt Way are from mid-July through to min-September with different species putting on their displays over the season (depending on rainfall received). Some orchid and wattle species flower as early as April and May. In normal seasons opening rains set the district up for a brilliant display of wildflowers including masses of white, pink and yellow everlastings, up to 20 varieties of orchids and many bigger trees and shrubs such as wattles, melaleuca, hakea, grevillea, and climbing clematis vines. Acacias are a feature around the granite rocks. Calothamnus quadrifidus provides a great display of red one-sided flowers and as does Leptospermum erubescens with its show of pink and white. If you keep your eyes open you may see the upside down pea bush with red flowers.

2020 Wheatbelt Way Wildflower Guide

We just want to let you know that the Wildflowers have arrived in the Wheatbelt Way! Sign up to receive our free local guide of all you need to know about the Wildflowers in the Wheatbelt Way.

Beacon Guided Wildflower Tours

Hop on the bus and follow our local Guide through the discovery of local Wildflowers, from Everlastings to Orchids, Rare Plants, and Bush Flowers. Explore rock pools, take in great views, and learn more about our history of the land that is nature’s greatest gift. Only $25 per person! Held every Monday from the 17th August to 28th September 2020 10 am – 2 pm Morning Tea and Lunch provided.

Other Wildflower Information

Check-in with the Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre in Merredin either in person or through their website for the latest Wildflower reports in the region.

For state-wide information on Wildflower hotspots, the WA Visitor Centre has an online tracking of the location of wildflower sites.