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Mention wildflowers and most people think of Western Australia – and it’s no wonder. With up to 12,000 species found within its borders and many unique to the state, Western Australia’s wildflower season draws visitors from all over the world.

The wildflower season ranks as one of Western Australia’s most fascinating and precious natural treasures. For several months of each year wildflowers are scattered across 2.5 million square kilometres of terrain. As diverse and colourful as the locals, the uniqueness and natural beauty of the wildflowers attract thousands of tourists and scientists every year.

Annual Wildflower Festival.

The Annual Wildflower Festival in September/October showcases the native blooms for which Western Australia is world famous.

Such a time provides an excellent opportunity to visit the beautiful hills of Kulikup, 50km from Kojonup, and enjoy the spectacular sight of over 100,000 flowering tulips and bulbs at 'Tulips with a Difference'.


Leschenaultia Biloba

Calademia Hirta

Pteroslylis Barbata


You can go on wonderful bushwalks in the many reserves featuring a rich diversity of orchid species, including the red-tongued spider, mantis, clubbed spider, white spider and pink enamel.

Bird Watching.

Bird lovers should keep their eyes peeled for some 80 species of native birds, including the rare crested shrike-tit, the peregrine falcon and Carnaby's black cockatoo.

Spend an idyllic indulgent getaway exploring the countryside, bushwalking or stop and smell the roses and visit The Kodja Place Australian Rose Maze.

Below: Male Crested Shrike-Tit