Wildflowers are one of the best kept secrets of Albany. Of the 10,000 plant species, which naturally occur in Western Australia, over half are found throughout Albany and its surrounds.
They are easily discovered on walking trails or when wandering around the region.
The main wildflower season extends from August until December, with the peak flowering period usually between September and November.
Our wildflower season draws visitors from all over the world.
Bring your camera and wander over the sand dunes and against the most awesome and unique backdrop of the ocean, forest canopy in the Stirling Ranges and Porongurup’s shoot some of the most stunning and beautiful wildflowers in Western Australia.
At the end of the day return to your luxury accommodation 'HideAway Haven', download your photos and experience the beauty and diversity of these amazing colourful creations.
These photos were taken when walking in the Mount Martin Regional Botanic Park