The Regional Wildflower Garden includes the preservation and propagation of rare and endangered plants and showcases the unique biodiversity of this region on a scale that all visitors can appreciate and enjoy with over 100,000 indigenous plants to see.
We continue to propagate and plant over 130 endemic West Australian plant species, which represent more than 80% of this regions top 11 plant orders. This one square kilometre contains more plant species than the entire European continent.
Plants are flowering all year round with the majority occuring in the latter half of the year.
Through the walkways and paths visitors can explore these diverse gardens and experience the plant and birdlife of this amazing South West corner of Western Australia.
The Regional Wildflower Garden is open 10am to 5pm - Every Day (only closed 25th December)