Beyond the metropolitan area, the Mandurah and Peel region provide an exquisite range unique wildflowers.

From the Yalgorup National Park near the coast, to Serpentine National Park inland, you'll find some stunning walks to see wildflowers such as Kangaroo Paws, Pink Fairy Orchids and Hibbertia.

Yalgorup National Park Trail

Yalgorup National Park has several easy walks (below) and is known for its variety of vegetation and diverse geographical features, tuart trees and wetlands. Travel along the Old Coast Road to Preston Beach Road to access the park. Wildflower highlights include Hibbertia, Pink Fairy Orchids and Cockies Tongue. Find out more (PDF).

Lake Pollard Trail

A 2-hour walk begining at the entrance to Martins Tank campground on Preston Beach Road. Lake Pollard is renowned for its high numbers of black swans between October and March and walkers can see Parrotbush, cockies tongues, Christmas tree (which blooms from December) and the rough-barked Fremantle mallee.

Heathlands Walk Trail

A 2-hour walk that explores the many different vegetation types of Yalgorup National Park, from the towering tuarts to the delicate flowers of the limestone ridges. Walkers will see swamp banksia, the rare limestone mallee and the Fremantle mallee.

Lakeside Loop Walk Trail

A 2-hour that explores Lake Clifton - it contains the largest known community of living thrombolites in the southern hemisphere and is an important refuge for waterbirds. Walkers will notice the difference in the vegetation on both sides of the track from the Paperbark trees next to the lake edge to peppermint and tuart trees on the other side, as well as the honey myrtle.

Serpentine National Park Wildflower Trail - Peel

The Serpentine National Park, 50km east of Perth, protects nearly 4300ha of area home to a diverse range of vegetation and wildlife. The park is particularly spectacular during spring when the wildflowers are in bloom. Follow the Serpentine River where you'll see Wattle, Kangaroo Paws, Hakea, Hardenbergia, Chorizema, Verticordia and Orchids. Find out more.

Perth Wildflower Trails

See some of the top wildflower trails found in Perth below. A full list of trails in WA can be found on the Top Trails website.

Wildflower trails in Kings Park, Perth City

Perth City Wildflower Trails

Kings Park is home to the Western Australian Botanic Garden - displaying over 3,000 species of unique flora. See beautiful flowers on The Law Walk, Botanic Garden Discovery Walk and Bushland Nature Trail. 

Yanchep Rose at Yanchep National Park, Perth Beaches

Perth Beaches Wildflower Trails

The inland areas of the Perth Beaches region presents many fascinating opportunities to experience natural Australian environments close to the city. From climbing the highest natural point on the Swan Coastal Plain at Reabold Hill to exploring Yanchep National Park

Blue Daisy at Bickley Bay, Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island Wildflower Trails

Rottnest Island is also home to more than 1,500 native species of wildflowers. Along the 45km Wadjemup Bidi, you'll see native species of plants and wildflowers including the Blue Rottnest Daisy - only found on Rottnest Island. 

Kangaroo Paw wildflower, Swan Valley

Swan Valley Wildflower Trails

The Swan Valley - where wildflowers and wine tastings go hand in hand for a day out. Walking trails at Whiteman and in nearby national parks, display a range of species from the prickly bark Banksia to a bounty of Orchids, Kangaroo Paw and Verticordias

Wildflowers in Toodyay

Avon Valley Wildflower Trails

The historic countryside of the Avon Valley provides an exquisite range of wildflowers in spring. 

Kalamunda Zig Zag Trail

Perth Hills Wildflower Trails

In the beautiful Perth Hills a range of wildflowers and bush tracks can be explored. These include the Eagles' View Walk, Wandoo Heights Wildflower Trail, Bibbulmun Track and the Mount Dale Walk Trail, each boasting spectacular displays of wildflowers.

Christmas Tree Wildflowers, Mandurah and Peel

Mandurah and Peel Wildflower Trails

Beyond the metropolitan area, the Mandurah and Peel region provide an exquisite range unique wildflowers. From the Yalgorup National Park near the coast, to Serpentine National Park inland, you'll find some stunning walks to see wildflowers.

Perth Walking Trails, Perth Hills

Perth Walking Trails

Blessed with a Mediterranean climate, Perth is the perfect destination for setting out on foot and discovering the many walking trails in the region. 

Swan Valley Heritage Cycle Trail

Perth Cycle Trails

Perth has a comprehensive network of cycle and dual-use paths in the central city and beyond. Here are some of the most popular routes for leisure and mountain cyclists.

Perth Bridle Trails

Perth Bridle Trails

Immerse yourself in the Australian bush on horseback. Follow ancient river systems, meander through natural bushland, ride through tall forests and along heritage railways on a network of bridle trails in Perth.

Government House, Perth City

Perth Heritage Trails

You'll find a range of fantastic urban walking trails and tours in Perth and surrounds allowing visitors to discover the history and heritage of our main urban centres on foot.

Snorkelling, Rottnest Island

Perth Underwater Trails

Dive and snorkel trails have interpretive signage to enrich and enhance your underwater journey.

Yagan Square, Perth

Perth Art Trails

From mesmerising statues and sculptures celebrating our history, heritage and future to urban street art and murals by some of the word's best, Perth and surrounds is full of amazing public art and art trails.

Plan Your Trip to Perth

Start planning your visit by finding out what to do in Perth during the day and night. See all accommodation, tours, attractions, activities, food and drink and retail in Perth. 

Pool, Crown Towers Perth

Accommodation in Perth

You'll find a diverse range of accommodation to suit all budgets and styles all across Perth from five-star resorts to caravan parks.

Rottnest Express Eco Tour, Rottnest Island

Tours in Perth

Tours around Perth and surrounds take you to some of the most exciting and interesting holiday spots from hot air ballooning in the Avon Valley to cruising the Swan River.

Perth's Outback Splash, Maze

Attractions in Perth

There's plenty of attractions to choose from in Perth and surrounds, with fun-filled activities for all ages.

Public House, Perth City

Food and Drink in Perth

Whether its dining in an elegant restaurant overlooking the river or sampling local wines, Perth boasts an extensive buffet from which to delight your tastebuds.

Aspects of Kings Park, Perth City

Retail in Perth

Perth offers a host of shopping options to choose from - stock up on the latest fashions, buy unique art or head to a local market.

Apollo Motorhome Holidays

Hire in Perth

Looking to explore Perth on your own? There are plenty of hire options available from cars and motorhomes to bikes and kayaks.

Spring in Perth

Perth comes alive with colour in Spring with stunning wildflowers, amazing wildlife encounters and a variety of events and festivals to keep you busy all season long... that's Perth in spring.