Wildflower Way

Sunday was going to be the day that we lived and breathed WA wildflowers, we had been told that the season had been rubbish (not enough rain) and wreaths at Mullewa were all dead now.

With the information provided by the Information Centre at Geraldton we headed on down to Eneabba on the Wildflower Way. On the Brand Highway we saw heaps of different wildflowers through Beekeepers Reserve.

The Travelling T’s had given us a hint to go Lesueur National Park where there were several types of wildflowers to see.

This sounded like an easier way to do things so we headed there and saw a range of flowers (which I have no I idea what they are called and never will) that I took photos of.

It was a good day and we free camped at a little roadside stop near the NP where Rosalee and the kids made yummy pizza. Marcella and I collected firewood and had an enjoyable night playing Crocodile man, with sticks in the fire.

Another flower.

Another flower.

Flower.

Flower.

Another flower.

Another flower.

Some more.

Some more.

Another flower.

Another flower.

Another flower.

Another flower.

Maybe some dasies?

Maybe some dasies?

A flower.

A flower.

A cluster of Kangaroo paws.

A cluster of Kangaroo paws.

Kangaroo paw.

Kangaroo paw.

Lesueur National Park

Lesueur National Park

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