Many, many wildflowers of almost ever colour are seen all around the north west.
There are about 12000 different types of wildflowers growing in Western Australia, and many of them, (Over 6000 species) are not found any where else in the world.
The wildflower season runs from June in the North of the state and continues on until November in the south.
People travel to the west to see the wildflowers, and they are a sight to behold. The colours so vibrant, from reds, purples, yellows, oranges.
If you don’t have the time to travel all of the west, don’t despair head to Perth in September for the Kings Park festival.