Eucalyptus Caesia (Gungurra)
Silver Princess is a native of Western Australia The name Gungurra comes from the name used by the indigenous Noongar people. This Eucalypt attracts nectar eating Birds and Bees.
Wandering the wildflowers of Western Australia
There are 8000 species of wildflower in Western Australia, ranging from tiny crimson myrtles and purple and white smokebush flowers through to fiery, prickly mountain bells. Many of that number are unique to the southwest region.
West australian gum tree blossoms from my heart to yours.Photo by me taken on a walk, may your wedding be as beautiful as these spring time blossoms. www.beautifulwriting.com.au
‘"Pink Poker" Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia’ by wildimagenation
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Swainsona Formosa (Sturt Desert Pea) bears very unusual, blood-red flowers with distinctive bulbous black centre. It is native of arid regions of central and north-western Australia and belongs to the Fabaceae family. It flowers from spring to summer as a short-lived annual but in favorable conditions it can bloom in the next season as well. The Sturt Desert Peas is the State floral emblem of South Australia
Suggested Road Trips & itineraries
Check out some day trip and road trip itineraries to help inspire and plan your holiday in Western Australia. Ranging from short to long stays, they cover a variety of destinations and experiences ensuring there’s something for everyone.
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