Prepare to be blown away by our photo special on Margaret River wildflowers, which are blooming in a spring crescendo right now! Hikers on the Cape to Cape Track are enjoying an amazing show. Wildflowers, endemic orchids and a host of native trees including peppermint, jarrah and marri are all putting on a stunning display. What a season!

One of the best wildflower seasons in memory

Cape to Cape Explorer Tours guide Trevor Paddenburg says the spring 2021 season so far is one of the best on record. “It’s going bonkers out on the Track right now,” he says.

Margaret River wildflowers of every colour and variety

Trev continued: “I hiked from Moses Rock to Gracetown yesterday. We had to stop every 10 steps to admire another orchid. Fields of wattle in full bloom. Tiny little Swan River daisies in a purple carpet extending as far as the eye can see. And lush round pimelia bushes just swamped in pink blooms. Plus a tonne of other species flowering. From tiny ground covers to tall peppermint trees wreathed in white flowers. It was epic!”

Coastal heathland to forest and beach ecosystems

One of the wonders of walking the Cape to Cape Track is the variety and diversity of vegetation. In fact, Western Australia’s southwest including the Cape to Cape Track is recognised by Conservation International as one of less than 40 global biodiversity hotspots. To quality, one of the criteria is having at least 1500 endemic species found nowhere else on the planet. This region has more than 3500!

Other species to spot while hiking the Track

During spring the landscape erupts in a sea of colour. Highlights include carpets of wildflowers from yellow through to pink and purple. You’ll see pink pimelea. Bright buttercups. And shark’s tooth acacia. All interspersed with woody species such as the Rottnest tea-tree, peppermint trees and groves of fruiting quandong.

Wildflowers under the forest canopy

The southern span of the Track is home to the stunning karri hardwoods in Boranup Forest. They’re among the tallest flowering trees in the world. Don’t leave without hugging one! Many species of rare orchids can be found beneath the forest canopy, while other types grow among granite outcrops.

Book your walk now!

We’d love to show you this incredible part of the world! Book your self-guided adventure on the Cape to Cape Track. Or walk with our expert guides on our 8-Day Guided End-to-End adventure. And we’ll see you on the Track soon!

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