#PlacesOfNRM – Western Wildflower Farm

Visit the Western Wildflower Farm to see, smell and touch a unique collection of Western Australian wildflowers.

The 1,600 hectare farm can be found 19 kilometres north of Moora and is a very worthwhile stop if you’re heading out on a wildflower pilgrimage.

Everlastings, kangaroo paws, flowering eucalypts and smokebush are just a few of the wide variety of wildflowers being cultivated on the farm. From there they are exported all around the country, and even overseas – to 11 other countries around the world.

You won’t see a more beautiful sight than their paddocks when they’re in full bloom, or around their packing sheds which are surrounded by everlastings and kangaroo paws.

Not only can you view the beautiful fields of wildflowers around the farm, but you can also view the drying-out process of the flowers, enjoy the novel displays and flower arrangements, grab a bite from their restaurant, and browse their gift store.

The staff are happy to guide visitors around the farm, and are a good source of expert advice on where to find the best local wildflower displays in the region.

Phone:             (08) 9651 8010

Location:         19km north of Moora near Coomberdale.

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I when to that farm once and I fell in love with their wildflowers. Truly amazing and wonderful. Good thing I went there right on time where the flowers are in full bloom. It was such an amazing experience then.

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