The Granite Loop Wildflower Trail explores the striking natural beauty of the Western Australian Wheatbelt’s rolling farmlands, huge granite rock formations and a wide variety of natural vegetation.
Granite Loop Trail Itinerary
Along this loop route from Toodyay to Wongan Hills, you'll see wandoo, salmon gum, dense honey-myrtle and tea tree thickets, which give way to flowering granite kunzea, providing tranquil picnic sites and excellent locations for spotting native birds and animal life. The Granite Loop Wildflower Trail will help you plan your journey along the trail.
Plan your trip
To ensure you enjoy a safe and well-planned journey, take a look at Travel times and distances, Road safety and Important travel tips. If you have your camping gear or caravan in tow, check out the range of caravan parks and camping sites available in Australia’s Golden Outback.
Visit the Wildflowers WA website for more information about wildflower species and seasons
Wildflowers of the Golden Outback
Western Australia is renowned for its wonderful array of flora with over 12,000 species. Learn more about the types of flora you'll encounter this wildflower season with Kings Park and Botanical Gardens horticulturalist, Grady Brand.
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Outback wildflower itineraries
Wildflower events you might be interested in
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