Wildflowers

The Fitzgerald River National Park is recognised as one of the most botanically significant parks in Australia, with nearly 20% of Western Australia’s flora species found there. Many of them are endemic and, as yet, not all are documented. There are flowers in evidence all year round, however Spring is the best time to view all of the regions species. For more information please visit

www.wildflowersravensthorpe.org.au

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The Area embraces many different land forms, ranging from ancient rocky mountain ranges, vast sand plains and rich red soils, promoting a wide variety of plants. The flowers located in the Fitzgerald Coast region are special because they are unique and diverse; botanists have counted more than 1660 plant special within the Fitzgerald River National Park alone. An estimated 500 species are located in the rest of the region, therefore, 25% of all wildflower species in Western Australia are found here.

The Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show and Spring Festival is held mid September for two weeks in the Shire of Ravensthorpe.

The event is celebrated with an official opening with a Street Parade and Country Carnival. Children amusements, Live music, Wine tasting, Market stalls and heaps more.

The Wildflower Show runs for around 10 days showcasing the brilliance of native flowers, displayed for the enjoyment and interest of tourists, botanists and locals.  Over 600 hundred botanically identified plant species are displayed.  Join in on Tag – along – tours, Workshops, Art displays, Country Devonshire Teas & Home made soup available daily, Guided bush walk, Walk and Talk with Rangers in the Fitzgerald River National Park and so much more.

To mark the end of the show a Gala Long table Lunch/ Dinner is held.