Wildflowers of WA

a trip to search for wildflowers in Western Australia

In spring this year we decided to give frogshollow cabin and ourselves a short break from guests. We drove across the Nullabor in search of wildflowers. The search took us as far north as Kalbarri and then down south to the delightful south-west and southern coastline of Western Australia.

The flowers we saw were varied but all were beautiful in their own way. Featured here is just a smattering of what was to be found. Flowering gum (above), Matchstick Banskia (right) and below left to right the Cowslip Orchid, an Isopogon, a Leek Orchid and Lechenaultia formosa.