#1 Attend the Blooming Wild Festival to celebrate the abundance of wildflowers.
Visit the Southern Forests and Valleys from the 3rd September to 20 November 2016 to celebrate the amazing diversity of wildflowers, nature and cultural experiences in the region. You'll find towering Karri, Jarrah and Tingle forests, ancient granite, ephemeral paperbark swamps, tranquil lakes and coastal heathlands in the numerous reserves and National Parks or wander through picturesque gardens. Discover the cultural heritage of the region and see the art inspired by natural landscapes. Visit www.bloomingwild.com.au or stop into a Visitor Centres to get local information on the ever changing wildflower hotspots. Image: Coodamurrup, D'Entrecasteaux National Park, by Wendy Eiby.
#2 View the region from a whole new perspective.
Find yourself high in nature at the fabulous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk (pictured below) and the Mt Frankland Wilderness Lookout in Walpole. See the itinerary.