Murchison and Beyond at Wildflower Time
With the good rains that we’ve had this winter, it’s going to be a great wildflower season. In the coming months Aussie Redback Tours will be taking advantage of this during a number of their tours, starting with the five-day Cue-Walga Rock-Kalbarri tour, departing Perth on 25 August 2019. The tour will take you through the Murchison area, visiting the historic town of Cue (once the centre of the Murchison Goldfields); Walga Rock (claimed to be the second largest monolith in Australia, which contains a cave with an extensive gallery of indigenous art); and the very popular seaside tourist town of Kalbarri. Aussie Redback Tours pride themselves in going the extra mile for their passengers, and there will be ample side trips and stops along the way on this tour for wildflower spotting.

In September, we will be off again on our annual Four-day Northern Wildflowers tour, departing Perth on 22 September 2019. This tour takes in the beauty of the northern wildflower areas of WA, spotting the elusive wreath flower, carpets of everlastings, blue leschenaultia and more. One of the stops is at Coalseam Conservation Park which is known for its carpets of everlastings.

And following that tour is the 10-day Mt Augustus/Karijini tour, departing Perth on 01 October 2019. This tour travels through classic outback territory to Mt Augustus, the world’s largest single rock (bigger than Uluru), and Karijini National Park with its spectacular gorges, creeks and chasms. The return trip follows the coast through the beautiful towns of Coral Bay, Carnarvon and Kalbarri. There should still be wildflowers out because of the late rains we’ve had in this area, so you will no doubt be spoiled with spectacular colours wherever you look, and Aussie Redback Tours will be sure to make extra stops for taking photos. Note: This tour is almost full!

To book, contact Aussie Redback Tours now on 1300 662 026 or or email