Wildflowers of Western Australia
The Wildflower Society of Western Australia Inc. (WSWA) was established in 1958 to promote the value of our natural bushland. The Society does this through regular meetings and excursions, native plant sales, bushland plant surveys, book sales, donations, and attendance at relevant events.
We want to help you, your family and friends to experience the delightful beauty of Western Australia’s wildflowers by attending any our our events such as hosted walks. You can also hear direct from wildflower experts at our branch meetings.
Wildflower Society events
Look at our Events page to see all of the events around Western Australia, and come join us – prospective members are welcome as guests at almost all events (unless noted otherwise), so please come along – learn something new and have fun at the same time.
Wildflower meetings and locations
The WSWA currently has eleven branches across the South West of Western Australia. Most have monthly meetings and activities. Check each branch’s page for a schedule of their free activities. Look at the right hand side of this page to find the prime viewing locations of Western Australian wildflowers.
Where to see Wildflowers
See our favourite places for wildflowers in the Perth area, as well as north of Perth and south of Perth. We also have a listing of Wildflower Shows in Perth and Country towns. You might also check out our Facebook page for up-to-date finds throughout Western Australia.
Conserving our native flora
The Wildflower Society is committed to the conservation of our native flora. Take a look at our Conservation work, through our Conservation Committee, Roadside Vegetation Sub Committee, our Campaigns, and support for Conservation initiatives through the Bushland Conservation Fund.
Wildflower Society – What’s new
We have a blog where branches let us know what is going on in their area – from what is blooming to ! Have a look at our blog here.
Plant your own Wildflowers
If you want to transform your garden into something truly spectacular (and low maintenance) then use some of our simple tips for growing wildflowers.