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Where the Wildflowers Are Trail
When
09:00am - 05:00pm, Friday, 02 September 2022
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Where
At Western Australian Botanic Garden Lovekin Drive, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3600
Email
festival@bgpa.wa.gov.au
Website
www.bgpa.wa.gov.au
Categories
Perth Events, Kings Park Festival, Walks and talks

With more than 25,000 individual plants and dozens of stunning wildflowers in bloom in the WA Botanic Garden this spring, there’s a lot to see.

We've made the journey easy with our 'Where the Wildflowers Are Trail' to take you on a self-guided walk at your own pace.

pdfWhere the Wildflowers Are Trail - design your own walk7.94 MB

Whether you have all day or are only here for a quick visit, design your own walk and see up to 40 different wildflowers along the way.

This walk trail is suitable for wheelchairs and prams.

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