The Fitzgerald River National Park is recognised as one of the most botanically significant parks in Australia, with nearly 20% of Western Australia’s flora species found there. Many of them are endemic and, as yet, not all are documented. There are flowers in evidence all year round, however Spring is the best time to view all of the regions species. For more information please visit


Although reaching inland just more than 150kms from the coast, the area embraces many different landforms. These range from ancient mountain ranges to rock hills, vast sand plains and rich red soils, providing a variation of rocks and soil nutrients to promote such a wide variety of plants.

The Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show is held for two weeks mid-september; some years more than 700 different labelled species are on display. Devonshire teas and art exhibitions open daily.


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