Koolanooka Springs is home to spectacular wildflower displays and also provides an opportunity to witness an abundance of native animals in their natural surroundings.

Koolanooka Springs is a short 15-minute drive from Morawa and is an ideal location for a picnic. Meander along the nature trails to discover the beauty of the region. Keep a close eye out for the Grevillea Tenuiloba which is the floral emblem of Morawa. Climb the rock formations to gain a scenic view and photo opportunity of the countryside.

The farming town of Morawa is home to one of Monsignor John Hawes’ renowned churches. A priest at the Church of Holy Cross he designed and helped build, Hawes played a significant role in the development of this region. Marvel at his handwork before moving on to the town’s museum to learn about the history of the region.

Take the self-drive Perenjori-Rothsay Heritage Trail and explore part of the rabbit-proof fence. The momentous feat of building a fence to keep rabbits off farming land runs for over 2,000 kilometres. Morawa is a four-hour drive north of Perth.

Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au


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