Western Australia Wild Flowers

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Western Australia Wild Flowers Reviews

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Western Australia Wild Flowers Sep 06, 2008
Every year during spring, vast areas of Western Australia are covered with wild flowers. It is estimated that there are close to 12,000 species found inside its borders, many of which are unique to the province.

They are first seen in the North during late Winter, and then progressively show up in Spring as you go South. So basically they can be admired from July until November!

One place to see them is in the Botanical Gardens in Perth. A Wildflower Art & Music Festival is held every year in King's Park in September.

These pictures were taken in the park after work. However, wild flowers should really be observed in the wild... so I look forward to admiring them outside of Perth later this month.

Here is the address of a good site to find more information on this fascinating natural phenomenon:

WorldXplorer says:
Thanks! :)
Posted on: Sep 08, 2008
amanda576 says:
The flowers are usually out around winter and spring. This web site might help. http://www.mullewatourism.com.au

Posted on: Sep 07, 2008
WorldXplorer says:
Thanks for the tip Amanda! :) Just checked where it is on Google Earth. Is there a way one can check when the flowers are out before starting a 400km trip?
Posted on: Sep 07, 2008
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