The winter rains have come and gone this year, bringing with them the opportunity for our wildflowers to grow. We have already had a successful four-day tour and two one-day tours, visiting our national parks and country areas, spotting the ever-popular WA wildflowers such as everlastings, donkey orchids, wattles, wreath flowers, blue leschenaultia, dampiera and more.
Now it’s time to visit the WA wildflowers in the south and south-east, and it’s not too late for you to book on the tour we have planned. We’ll be visiting Hyden, Newdegate, Lake King, Ravensthorpe, Fitzgerald National Park, Hopetoun, and the Stirling Ranges, looking out for flowers in every direction. The places we visit have hundreds of species of wildflowers and amongst them we should find spider orchids, morning irises, swamp bottlebrushes, scarlet banksias, southern cross flowers, five pointed stars, and painted ladies, to name a few. We even hope to stumble upon the very rare Queen of Sheba orchid! Let’s keep our fingers crossed for that one!
The tour runs for four days from Saturday 21 to Tuesday 24 October 2017 and is a very reasonably-priced $1,100 (+$250 for single supplement). The price includes motel accommodation, air-conditioned vehicle, three breakfasts, three dinners, entry to all national parks, and our wildflower guide from Kings Park who will help you find and identify flowers each day. There’s not a lot this lady doesn’t know!
For more information about our tour, or to book to see the amazing south WA wildflowers, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 662 026 for a full itinerary.
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