Spring in the South West
From September to November, spring in the South West hails an influx of gorgeous wildflowers, families of whales and clear blue skies. The wet weather ebbs…
With towering karri forests, diverse landscapes waiting to be explored, historic seaside towns and national parks harbouring some of the world’s rarest species of wildflowers, spring is the time to sample local gourmet produce, stunning wines, enjoy local art and visit natural wonders during the colourful wildflower season. Photo by Timothy Sargent.
Plan your spring adventure in Australia's South West. From September to November, spring in the South West hails an influx of gorgeous wildflowers, families of whales and clear blue skies. The wet weather ebbs, making it the perfect time for people to come out and play.
Did you know that almost 80 per cent of Australia’s South West’s plant species cannot be found anywhere else in the world? More than 8000 species of wildflowers and 300 species of delicate orchids bloom across the region every spring (August through to November), making it a popular time to visit.
Spring in the South West hails an influx of gorgeous wildflowers, families of whales and clear blue skies. The wet weather ebbs, making it the perfect time for people to come out and play. Here’s our top 10 picks of things to do from September to November in Australia’s South West.
These beauties can now be spotted as they migrate along our coast, often within viewing distance of the land. Around 30,000 whales swim by Western Australia's coast annually, travelling up to breed and down to feed on what is one of the longest migrations on the planet. Join a tour from Busselton or Dunsborough from spring to early summer to see these majestic giants-of-the-deep up close. Photo by David Ashley.
Experience everything that the spring season has to offer with The Amazing South Coast's Albany Spring Mini-Break! With three nights accommodation in a one bedroom chalet, a wildflower pack with a copy of Spring Wildflowers of WA book & self-guide map of the wildflowers of the region, a gourmet lunch Porongurup platter for two AND entry to the Regional Wildflower Gardens at Discovery Bay and Regional National Parks included, it's bound to be an adventure you won't forget!