Western Australia is home to an exceptional array of over 12,000 species of wildflowers – almost two-thirds are unique to Western Australia. The blooms carpet the landscape with colour, coming into bloom in the northern parts of the state in June and flourishing through till late spring in the southern parts of WA.
It is a special time to experience the extraordinary colours of WA.
To help plan your trip, please use the WA Wildflower Tracker, which is updated by the public when they find new blooms. Click the image below to be taken to the interactive map.
To submit your own wildflower sighting, click here.