Reynoldson’s Flora Reserve in Wongan Hills displays a stunning array of colour between October and December each year when the wildflowers are out in bloom. Allow at least one hour to stroll along the walk trail and examine the reserve’s spectacular floral exhibition.
Wongan Hills is home to an extremely diverse collection of wildflowers with over 1,000 species recorded in the area. Of these, there are 16 rare and endangered species only found in Wongan Hills. Wildflower enthusiasts will be delighted by the seven varieties of Verticordia flowering.
The Reynoldson Reserve Festival is held in November each year when the wildflowers are in full bloom. Admire the beauty of the reserve at the photographic exhibition before taking a highly informative guided tour of the reserve. Visit the Wongan Hills Visitor Centre for more information.
Reynoldson’s Flora Reserve is just outside of Wongan Hills which is a two and a half hour drive north of Perth. It offers outstanding views from numerous elevated lookouts, first class walk trails including a new flora interpretative walk and a beautiful scenic drive through the hills.
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