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TRAVEL DIARY All these and more with venue maps and ticketing info can be found at scoop.com.au .
Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show, September 11-25, www.wildflowersravensthorpe.org.au • Sprung Festival for readers and writers, albany,
September 16-19, www.sprungwritersfestival.blogspot.com • albany Wildflower Display, September 22-24, www.wildflowerswa.com • Southern art
and Craft Trail, September 25-October 10, (08) 9844 7914 • Qantas Wine Show, October 5-8, www.wineshowwa.com.au • Denmark adventure
Race, October 9-10, www.mountaindesignsgreatsouthern.com • Vintage Classic Motorcycle Weekend, november 6-7, albany, www.avcmc.iinet.
net.au • albany agricultural and Trade Show, november 12-13, www.albanyshow.org.au . For more info, see www.amazingalbany.com.
cOLOuRS Of SPRING
love wildflowers? head south between september and November.
A trip to the Great Southern is made all the more scenic with thousands
of wildflowers in full bloom between September and November. From
orchids and starflowers to banksia and wattle, the array of species
dazzling these landscapes is nothing short of spectacular. To help you plan
your wildflower journey, we have this blooming list of must-see sites.
Banksia Eucalypt Woodland Banksia farm, Mt Barker; Wildflower farm,
Denmark. Karri Tingle Forest Mt Frankland, 29km north of Walpole; West
Cape Howe National Park, near Denmark; Porongurup Range National
Park. Wandoo Woodland Myrtle Benn Sanctuary, Farrar and Bush, near
Kojonup; Heritage Reserve, near Kojonup; Tenterden and Cranbrook
(also see great orchids). Southern Mallee Shrubland and Heath Torndirrup
National Park, near Albany; Two Peoples Bay, near Albany; Stirling Range
National Park; Fitzgerald River National Park, which is recognised by
UNESCO as an International Biosphere.
insider Great Southern
Scarlet banksia in Stirling Range National Park.
East mount Barren in
fitzgerald River National Park.
Dwarf pink fairy orchid..
View from Bluff Knoll in Stirling Range national Park.
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