Lesmurdie Falls View - Perth Hills - Historic Taverns

Wildflowers at Lesmurdie Falls in the Perth Hills

The start of spring in Western Australia brings the start of the spectacular Wildflower season in Western Australia.

Whilst there are many fantastic spots to see Wildflowers at this time of year, we took got a chance to visit the Lesmurdie Falls in the Perth Hills.

Lesmurdie Falls forms part of the Lesmurdie Falls National Park and is definitely one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the Darling Range. There are stunning views over the Swan Coastal Plain and clear views of the City of Perth.

There are various different walking trails from short and easy trails for young families to longer trails for the more fit and able. There is an easy gentle walk down to the waterfall lookout and stunning wildflowers abound. The colour range is stunning as you see Acacia to Calytrix and loads of other varieties.

Getting to Lesmurdie Falls

Lesmurdie Falls in easy 40-minute drive from Perth, in the Perth Hills. The easiest way to get there is by car and there is ample parking.

Other Ways to See Wildflowers

If you want to see wildflowers without the self-drive element, consider booking on to a Wildflower Tour with us and head out with wildflower expert, Anne Newman, to experience the beauty of these natural wildflowers.

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