Wildflower Season – No matter how chaotic it is wildflowers will still spring up.
The colours of the bush are brightening with yellows and pinks! The world of wildflowers is vast. Did you know that you might be walking straight past some of Western Australia’s most beautiful orchids when you go for a bushwalk, they can be tiny and camouflaged. This tour is a great intro to the world of wildflowers right here on the Swan Coastal Plain.
The winter rains have given rise to the most wonderful time of the year – Wildflower Season. It doesn’t last long so be quick to get outside and marvel at nature’s beauty pageant. The colours and shapes and sizes and unique flowers of Western Australia’s bushland are a sight to behold. We will guide through a nature reserve that has more than 50 species of orchids and wondering intact woodlands that are filled with colour at this time of the year.
We won’t overwhelm you with scientific names (unless you want them), but we will point out beautiful easy to miss orchids and wonderful wildflowers that are feeding the birds, bees and insects in this most bountiful time of the year.
Our 2-hour wildflower tour will open your mind to the amazing flora that we have right here in the Peel Region.
Join us for a morning or afternoon guided walk to delight your senses in the beauty of the bush.
Meet your local guides at the car park. Enjoy this easy stroll on a compact path. We will point out many different species of wildflowers and provide great opportunities for photos. Stop for a morning or afternoon tea break and then continue to explore. Returning to your starting point at the end of your tour.
What to Bring:
Comfortable Walking shoes
Long sleeves/pants (in case of insects)
Reusable Water bottle – refills available