WA Wildflower Tours. Experience personalised small group 7 days touring of Wildflower Magic in spectacular scenery in the Esperance and stunning Southern Edge Coastal region.

7-Day Wildflower Hotspot Magic  Great Southern Tour gets you into the major hotspots of Western Australia’s famous wildflowers. Hot spots include Esperance, Fitzgerald River National Park, Stirling Range National Park and the ultimate of wilderness in the Frank Hann National Park and Cascades.

This Seven Day Wildflower Tour takes in isolated roads, spectacular southern coastal wilderness in the national parks you will see the flowers that many people dream in masses of biodiversity of species, lots of mixed colour and varying sizes. The season down south this year is amazing and not to be missed. 

Luxury Outback Tours are experts in this region and will ensure your trip is a memorable and special time. From the moment you set foot in one of our beautiful Land Rover Discovery 4WD’s, we’ll ensure your safety and comfort are our priority.

We have been touring in this area for over 20 years, and have built up a network of contacts to make your trip feel like you are one of the locals.

Tour Highlights

  • Personalised Small Group Tours
  • Max 4 people
  • Dryandra Conservation Reserve
  • Stirling Range National Park
  • Fitzgerald River National Park
  • Bremer Bay
  • Frank Hann NP
  • Cape Le Grand NP
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Tour Details & Inclusions

  • Up to 4 people
  • 7 Days | 6 Nights
  • $7,298.00 – Double/Twin Share per person
    $7,898.00 – Single

Pickup from Perth
Travel in style & luxury in our Land Rover Discovery
Personalised Small Group Touring Max of 4 people

All meals: Cook Breakfast/Continental, Lunch and Dinner

  • Entry Fees: to Stirling Range NP, Tree Top Walk,
  • Mt Romance Sandalwood Factory

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 – Perth to Kukerin

Perth Bannister, Narrogin, Harrismith, Mary’s Farm Cottages, Kukerin

This morning our first stop is along the Albany Highway to visit an amazing area of high density of flora before visiting Dryandra Conservation Reserve. Made up of a mix woodland and Kwongan (heathland) covering an area of approx. of 50 Km radius includes degraded bush and farm land that has been reclaimed.

Dryandra is renowned for rear and endanger fauna and flora. We drive through this region and make several stops to see if we can spot numbats and the wildflowers which are spectacular in this area.
Lunch is at Narrogin, visit Foxes Lair which is a local community endeavour to rehabilitate this area that has a vast variety of flowers and birds.
On the way to Harrismith visit Yillimining Rock to see spectacular panorama of the surrounding district of Narrogin. In the woodland adjacent is the

The Wheatbelt’s “forgotten conservationist” George Brockway has been honoured with a towering salmon gum — the species he was most responsible for conserving — named after him at Yilliminning Rock.

The tree was commemorates George Brockway’s work and history, including his contribution to woodlands preservation, a pioneer in bushfire control. The creator of conservation reserves in the Wheatbelt, and developed many of the first native flora nurseries in Australia.

The wildflowers of Harrismith sand plain area are the most spectacular to be found in this region. Mallee heath found here is dominated by the three largest botanical families in Australia; (Epacridaceae), the Bearded Heath, (Myrtaceae), the Verticordias, Eucalyptus and Calothamnus and (Proteaceae) the Banksias, Dryandras,

Continue to Kukerin our overnight stay at Mary’s Farm Cottages. The Nenke family warmly welcome you to their eco village on their family farm near the town of Kukerin.

Cambinata is a working farm and while you are here we visit the Nenkes’ family’s ‘state of the art’ yabby (fresh water crayfish) establishment.

Cambinata Yabbies is the largest and most sophisticated yabby processing facility in Australia. Here you can enjoy a tour and can purchase delicious gourmet products that you can enjoy and take home as gifts.

Accommodation: Mary’s Farm Cottages Kukerin

Day 2 – Kukerin to Esperance

Lake King, Frank Hahn National Park, Cascades, Esperance

Lake King is a stopping place for visitors travelling across the arid country around Frank Hahn National Park to Norseman. Outstanding wildflowers in late spring include rare and endangered species. East of Lake
King is the Rabbit-Proof Fence boasting magnificent displays of wildflowers in season.

This Morning we explore the Kukerin & Lake Grace area known for priority flora occurring in this region. continue to Lake King for lunch.

We take an outback road to Esperance via the Cascades going through Frank Hahn National Park.

Frank Hahn National Park has been declared to protect sandplain habitat and health flora Mallee and wattles, melaleucas. Travelling on through characteristic Mallee-heathland wilderness. Cascades Mallee –
Heathland offer areas of masses of flowers and then into the Cascades – Esperance farming region.

Both the National Park and Mallee-heathland have a spectacular range of wildflowers afforded by its isolation.

Esperance is Australia’s best-kept secret.

The Esperance region is distinguished by spectacular coastal scenery and a diversity of wildlife including seals, dolphins, whales, emus and sea eagles plus pristine beaches and 110 islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago. With stunning national parks, this is one of a few places in Western Australia where you may see kangaroos sunbathing on the beach.

Accommodation:  Two Nights  Esperance Island View Apartments

Day 3 – Esperance

Duke of Orleans Bay, Wharton, Cape Le Grand

This morning we drive east of Esperance to spend to a day exploring Duke of Orleans Bay and Wharton Bay the local’s favourite beach a must visit and check the wildflowers.

Lunch at Condingup Tavern and visit Condingup Lookout for seasonal wildflowers and spectacular vistas of the region.

There aren’t too many places in Australia where you see kangaroos soaking up the sun on the beach, but at Cape Le Grand National Park this is just one of the many natural highs on offer. The landscape changes from massive granite outcrops to freshwater pools and unbelievably white sandy beaches with views over many islands. With stops for regional wildflowers and visit Lucky Bay to see the Kangaroos on the Beach


Accommodation: Esperance Island View Apartments

Day 4 – Esperance to Hopetoun
Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun

This morning travel to Ravensthorpe via back roads and will be stopping to view regional red Lechenaultia Formosa, red four winged eucalyptus, and other amazing flowers.

The highlight today is visiting the Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show  displaying 600-700 labelled specimens  from the Ravensthorpe and Fitzgerald River National Park regions.

Ravensthorpe & Hopetoun enjoy a temperate Mediterranean climate. Ravensthorpe is surrounded by ancient mountain ranges which have 1400 species of flora. Rocky hills, rugged river valleys, vast sand plains, estuaries and large inlets provide the area with a wealth of natural beauty, flora and birds.

Ravensthorpe celebrates its regional wildflowers with its highly acclaimed Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show you will be amazed to see such a large collection of flora. There are currently about 3000 specimens in the herbarium.

WA Wildflower Tours in the Ravensthorpe region are astounding we will be spending the afternoon looking at the amazing diversification of flora.


Accommodation: Wave Crest Hopetoun

Day 5 – Hopetoun to Bremer Bay

Fitzgerald River National Park, Bremer Bay

Today we spend all day in the Fitzgerald River National Park to really explore this unique flora hot spot. Which has 20% of Western Australia’s flora.

Fitzgerald River National Park

This is one of the reasons Western Australia Wildflowers are highly regarded.

The Fitzgerald River National Park is now recognised as one of the most diverse botanical regions on earth with over 1,800 species of flowering plants alone. In spring, the landscape is dotted with colourful wildflowers including banksias, hakeas, bottlebrush, feather flowers, Quaalup bell, orchids and many others.

Bremer Bay

Bremer Bay’s isolation is one of its finest features along with scenic beauty, magnificent turquoise waters of bays and beaches and diversity of flora and fauna.


Accommodation:  Bremer Bay Motel

Day 6 – Bremer Bay to Albany

Bremer Bay, Albany

This morning before we leave the region we will local spots for orchids and then visit Tozer’s Bush Camp which has natural bushland of high diversity of wildflowers and orchids.

You will find it very difficult to be drawn away from this very unique bushland.

Travel to Stirling Range National Park for lunch and to explore the area for orchids and sight of the wonderful Stirling Range National Park.

Continue to Albany visit The Gap and Natural Bridge, Mt Clarence overlooking Princess Royal Harbour and King George Sound.

In the Albany region visit hot spots for unique and endangered flora.

Accommodation: Hilton Garden Inn Albany

Day 7 – Albany to Perth

Mt Romance Sandalwood Factory, Mt Barker, Kojonup, Perth

This Morning we visit Mt Romance Sandalwood Factory to hear the story of one of Western Australia’s first export industries.

We will have a private tour to see the manufacturing of the precious Sandalwood oil.

On the way back to Perth visit Mt Barker and Kojonup for special hotspots for orchids.

We tour through Jarrah, Marri, Wandoo woodlands before descending the Darling Escarpment into Perth late afternoon.

Breakfast & Lunch

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