Mask Group 2
8 hours  |
Departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday


  • Amazing spring wildflowers of the Swan Coastal Plain & Darling Escarpment
  • Small group tour (6 -18 persons)
  • Locations visited all within 40 minutes of Central Perth
  • Leisurely bush walks – no rush
  • Morning tea and lunch in bushland settings
  • Complimentary, full-colour wildflower booklet
  • Visit to local orchard

It’s time for you to reconnect with nature on leisurely bushwalks with your dedicated wildflower guide on this small group day tour.

With your experienced guide, explore several special locations so close to Perth and discover, identify, touch, smell and photograph the wonderful spring wildflowers found on the Swan Coastal Plain and in the forests of the Darling Ranges.  You’ll also enjoy a delicious morning tea and lunch in beautiful bushland plus visit a local orchard and sample some of the local produce.

Tour Code: GWCT 14


Welcome Aboard

Pick ups from Perth City hotels and tour departure Take your seat for a really relaxing, small-group day tour spent up close and personal with the incredible spring beauty of Mother Nature. Enjoy!!

First Wildflower Walk

Arrive at your first stop on the Swan Coastal Plain: a well-known location for magnificent displays of vivid red and green kangaroo paws, stunning catspaws and numerous orchids. Take a walk with your botanical guide to identify, examine, touch, smell and photograph the many different species. Watch the many busy pollinators at work and take your time to enjoy this very unique experience.

Morning Tea – time for a cuppa

Amazed by the number of species you have already discovered and invigorated by your walk, enjoy a cup of your favourite brew as there is a great selection from which to choose plus biscuits and home-made cake or muffins. Take opportunity to chat with your fellow passengers, the botanical guide and the coach captain; compare photos and ask questions.

More Wildflower Walks

For the remainder of the morning, you will visit several locations both on the Darling Escarpment and in the foothills. Destinations will vary according to flower abundance and time of season. All walks undertaken are at a leisurely pace to ensure maximum species’ sightings for all group members. Note: A reasonable level of fitness is required

Picnic Lunch in a bushland setting

Bon appétit!! A deliciously fresh picnic lunch awaits in a sheltered, bushland setting. A little, babbling creek flows close by and you may be lucky enough to hear a quacking frog or catch a glimpse of some splendid blue wrens who are regular visitors; venturing close to the picnic tables.

Afternoon Forest Foray

The afternoon focuses on the jarrah and marri forests on the top of the Escarpment which will provide you a wonderful contrast to the species found earlier in the day on the Coastal Plain. Be on the lookout for water peas, cow kicks, bunjongs and hairy jug flowers as well as striking blue lechenaultia, rambling coral vine and native clematis.

Orchard Visit

Depart your last port of call for the day: one of the many orchards located in the Darling Ranges which, with cooler temperatures and higher rainfall, provide the ideal environment for fruit-growing so, throughout the spring afternoon, as well as wildflowers, you will also enjoy valley vistas of blossom-laden fruit trees.

Tour concludes in Perth City Centre

Drop-offs at Perth City Hotels

Note: Times given are approximate and may differ due to weather conditions and/or unforeseen delays.

What should I wear on a wildflower tour?

As our wildflower tours feature beautiful bushwalks, we suggest  that you wear comfortable, casual clothes (long-sleeved tops and trousers recommended to prevent scratches and tick bites), closed, flat/low-heeled walking shoes and a wide-brimmed hat for sun protection.

What’s included in the picnic lunch on the Wonderful Western Wildflowers full-day tour

The picnic lunch features cold meats (ham and chicken), freshly-prepared salads (rice, coleslaw and green), cherry tomatoes, baby beets plus condiments and fresh bread rolls.  Other dietary requests may be catered for with prior notice.

Will I see natural carpets of everlasting daisies on the Wonderful Western Wildflowers full-day tour?

Everlasting daisies are found naturally in the more arid inland regions of Western Australia such as the northern Wheatbelt, Gascoyne, Murchison, Goldfields and Coral Coast.  These locations are hundred of kilometres from Perth so that’s why the only everlasting daisies you will find around Perth will have been planted.  The biggest display of pink and white everlastings can be found in the Botanical Gardens at Kings Park – well worth a visit!!

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