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WA Wildflower Tracker App

The Wildflower Tracker App is here!

The WA Wildflower Tracker is designed to help connect you and the amazing wildflower display here in Western Australia, by helping you identify the recent sightings. It is an exciting initiative of ours and is proudly supported by Tourism WA. Download it now.  


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Have spotted flowers? Submit them now so we can include them on the app.


About WA Wildflowers

Western Australia is home to an exceptional array of over 12,000 species of wildflowers – almost two-thirds are unique to Western Australia. The blooms carpet the landscape with colour, coming into bloom in the northern parts of the state in June and flourishing through till late spring in the southern parts of WA.

It is a special time to experience the extraordinary colours of WA and our wildflower tracker app will you find the flowers as it is populated with current sightings. 

Find where the wildflowers bloomed last in 2020.

Why not help us and submit a sighting for the tracker.

How to Enjoy WA Wildflowers responsibly


Experience the Flowers

 Love Wildflowers and want to see more? One of the best ways to experience the very best of the wildflower is by joining an extended tour.

We recommend Casey Australia Tours, they operate a 4 or 11 day extended tour throughout the wildflower season.  Contact us on 1800 812 808 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. Or alternatively, we are located in Perth at 55 William street, open 7 days and would love to help.

We have handy brochures and books on the wildflowers and can help you identify those you spotted while you are in store.


Where to stay!

While accommodation can be limited in wildflower country there are a few great options.

  1. Outback Stations - a station stay can be the ideal place to base yourself for a wildflower trip, some of our stations are the size of European countries. Experience life on the land, with many offering station tours and activities that will get you involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Now is the perfect time to visit as the countryside is awash with colour from wildflowers, crops, and spring growth Find station stays.
  2. Mullewa Caravan Park - Mullewa, is part of our wonderful WA's Wildflower Country and is the northern gateway for the Wildflower way and Midlands wildflower trails. Also just out of town you will find Pindar, where this year amazing amounts of wreath flowers are on display, right on the side of the road. 
    You will find the Mullewa Wildflower Walk opposite the park, and the Mullewa Sport's Club is also only across the road. A great place to grab a meal on a Friday night! Bring your four legged friend as they are welcome too! 
  • Geraldton - if a station or the Mullewa Caravan Park aren't going to work for you, our suggestion is to base yourself in Geraldton. There is a great range of accommodation available.


Download the Wildflower Brochure

Wildflower Brochure Cover


Want to know more? We are here to help!