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Kalbarri Wildflowers

Story: Kalbarri Wildflowers
Episode: 09
Presenter: Nikki Parkinson
Air Date: 18th July 2021

With Wildflower season just around the corner, Nikki shows us why the Midwest is rated one of the best spots in the country to see these incredible seasonal blooms.


  • WA has the largest variety of Wildflowers in the world!
  • From July - October, more than 12,000 wildflower species cover the mid- west region. 60 per cent of which, can’t be seen anywhere else on Earth!
  • In Kalbarri National Park, over 1,000 species of native flora progressively burst into bloom throughout the season.
  • Some of the best spots to see the wildflowers are on coastal cliff tops and in the gorges of Kalbarri National Park.
  • Some great spots include the Hawks Head and Ross Graham lookout, Nature’s Window, The Loop Walk Trail, and Z Bend lookout.
  • On the Loop Walk trail, you could spot a range of wildflowers like the Kalbarri Spider Orchid.
  • For a coastal wildflower experience, check out Rainbow Valley and Mushroom Rock, with orchids often found at Natural Bridge and Red Bluff sites.
  • With both the wildflower and humpback whale seasons coinciding this year, you could spot a migrating humpback whale on your travels!
  • Tourism WA is launching a wildflower tracker app, which helps connect you and the amazing wildflower displays, by identifying recent sightings.

For more information on the Wildflower season in Kalbarri, visit this website www.Kalbarri.org.au

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