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Every October see the Hidden Treasures of the Great Southern covering the shires of Broomehill/Tambellup, Cranbrook, Gnowangerup, Jerramungup, Katanning, Kent, Kojonup and Woodanilling.

With over 1,800 different plant species, many of which are unique to the Great Southern region, these communities have a lot to offer the garden gurus and wildflower enthusiasts. The Fitzgerald River and Stirling Range National Parks boast a number of rare, endangered and endemic species.

Tulips from Tulips with a difference.Nestling in the rural heartland of the Great Southern region, historic Kojonup is more than just a gateway to the beautiful South. Settled over 150 years ago, this bustling rural town still bears all the trademarks of a traditional country settlement, with its historic buildings and friendly, safe atmosphere.

Located on Highway 95, the direct route that runs south east from Perth to the historic port of Albany, Kojonup is a junction town at the very heart of the rich southern corner of Western Australia. Some 256km from Perth and 160km from Albany, Kojonup straddles the Albany Highway and is easily accessible by road.

What better way to celebrate and share the diversity of the Great Southern blooms, than hold a festival?

The Hidden Treasures Great Southern Bloom Festival is an opportunity to discover and explore the region and is held every October.

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