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. Experience the raw natural beauty, discover a rich pioneering history and enjoy the slower pace of life that Western Australia’s Wildflower Country offers.

WA’s WILDFLOWER COUNTRY DISTANCE CHART (kilometres)

Wildflower Country is by far WA’s best kept secret, and below is a list of information & various directories to assist with planning your visit to stunning Wildflower Country.


 WA’s WILDFLOWER COUNTRY : Visitor Guide 2018

Download / view digital version, or order your very own hard copy.

 

 

 

 


SELF DRIVE ROUTES

There are four main ways to explore Wildflower Country, with Wildflower Way being the most Eastern Route or the newly formed The Midlands Route being the most central, avoiding the main highways. Visit the Self Drive Routes page to plan your next self-drive adventure & gain access to Wildflower Country’s Self Drive Routes Map.

 

 


THE FOUR SEASONS

No matter what time of year you choose to explore this colourful and vibrant region – the backdrop is simply spectacular!
Any time of year is a good time to escape the hustle & bustle of city life…

 

 

 


SUGGESTED ITINERARIES

A range of succinct self-drive itineraries featuring the very best experiences, views, stop-overs and of course… Wildflowers!

 

 

 


IMPORTANT TRAVEL TIPS & INFORMATION

Road Conditions
During heavy rains, some of the roads in Wildflower Country can become unsafe & impassable. Check with Main Roads or the local Shire before setting out, especially during inclement weather.
Main Roads WA: https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au

Be Prepared
Parts of Wildflower Country are remote & harsh, so if you plan to explore, ensure you are prepared. Carry ample supplies of water & fuel and always advise someone you know where you intend on going. If you become stranded, always remain with your vehicle.


TOP 3 DRIVER SAFETY TIPS

Avoid Driving at Dawn & Dusk
If you must, slow down and stay alert.
Remember to take regular breaks
Take a break from driving, keep fresh by pulling over to admire the wildflowers!
Awareness of other road users
Drive and pull over with awareness of other road users, road trains, vehicles towing and large slow-moving agriculture machinery.