WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Start your journey to discover the world famous West Australian Wildflowers in the beautiful country Shire of Moora.
Moora is located less than 2 hours drive north of Perth. It is a thriving town, strategically located between two of the State’s most popular tourism attractions – New Norcia, Australia’s only monastic town, and the natural wonder of the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park near Cervantes.
Moora is the largest inland service centre between Perth and Geraldton, providing services to a population catchment of 6,000 residents within a 100 km radius.
Experience one of Moora’s many events; Moora Triathlon, Gravel Grinder, Moora Races, weekly park run, equestrian events, Agricultural Show and  speedway just to list a few!
Whether you are just passing through or planning to stop in and breathe some fresh country air, Moora has something for everyone.

“MUST DO” EXPERIENCES
1. Admire historic buildings, murals & sculptures.
2. Wander the Carnaby Cockatoo Interpretive Walk Trail.
3. Participate in a park run.

WILDFLOWER DRIVES
Moora Wildflower Drive
“Heart of the Wildflowers”
This self drive showcases superb displays of wildflowers from August to October. Rare and beautiful species can be found along the route. Scenic views can be enjoyed and there are plenty of excellent photo opportunities. Additional maps directing the route can be found online:
www.moora.wa.gov.au

WILDFLOWER LOCATIONS
Candy’s Bush Reserve – Moora
Features informal walk trails, plentiful wildflowers and orchids.

Stack Cooper Reserve – Moora
Located between Stack Street and Cooper Street. Enjoy a short walk through the reserve which features interpretational signage on the local flora and fauna.

Jingemia Cave – Watheroo National Park
Watheroo National Park was created in 1955 and has an area covering 44,473ha. You can discover the diverse range of resilient native plants that grow there as well as regularly spot kangaroos and native birds. The park lies on a sandy plain and is home to the extraordinary Bush Cauliflower and Scarlet Feather Flower. Nearby Jingemia Cave is a shady picnic site to be enjoyed all year round.

MOORA’S SURROUNDINGS DISTRICTS
Bindi Bindi / Coomberdale / Miling / Watheroo
Miling is a quaint country town located east of Moora on the Great Northern Highway.
Watheroo is situated north of Moora, roughly halfway between Perth and Geraldton on the scenic Midlands Road.
Miling and Watheroo are welcoming and friendly communities whose focus is predominately on wheat and sheep farming in the surrounding areas. Both towns act as access hubs to Wildflower Country as travellers venture north from Perth.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & LOCAL CONTACTS


MOORA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE

Tourist Information Centre

TELEPHONE
(08) 9653 1053

WHERE TO FIND US
65 Padbury Street, Moora WA 6510

EMAIL
moora@crc.net.au
shire@moora.wa.gov.au

ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
Moora Accommodation

WEBSITE

www.moora.crc.net.au
www.moora.wa.gov.au

FACEBOOK
Moora Community Resource Centre & Visitors Centre: https://www.facebook.com/mooracrc/
Shire of Moora: https://www.facebook.com/shireofmoora/