Experience the raw natural beauty, discover a rich pioneering history and enjoy the slower pace of life that Western Australia’s Wildflower Country has to offer. Located only a few hours norther of Perth, immerse yourself amongst vibrant colourful carpets of wildflowers, relax under a clear country night sky filled with stars, forget the time, wake to the sound of birds chirping, breath in the fresh air and switch off from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Wildflower Country is by far WA’s best kept secret, so join us for an unforgettably unique experience…


Western Australia’s Wildflower Country is the collective group of nine local government areas located just north of Perth in Western Australia; Carnamah, Coorow, Dalwallinu, Greater Geraldton – including Mullewa, Moora, Morowa, Mingenew, Perenjori and Three Springs.

The purpose of Wildflower Country Incorporated is to promote this beautiful region as a unique and captivating tourism destination, for the collective mutual benefit of the entire Wildflower Country region. Wildflower Country assists with collaborative destination marketing, and in producing memorable and positive visitor experiences, as well as assisting to develop the tourism industry within the area.

Wildflower Season showcases an amazing display of colours throughout the region, and Wildflower Country are the experts!


Wildflower Country runs from Moora in the south to Dalwallinu in the east, and from Mullewa in the north to Green Head and Geraldton in the West. There are four main ways to explore Wildflower Country, Wildflower Way is the most Eastern Route or the newly formed The Midlands Route is the most central route, avoiding the main highways. Both the Brand Highway and the Indian Ocean Drive will also lead you through to the heart of Wildflower Country and offer access to the area’s wealth of attractions.