Wonderful Flora in Western Australia

The native flora in Western Australia is an amazingly special feature of the landscape, they are fragile and dependant on our ability to protect and conserve. Some plant species come and go with the seasons, so if you didn’t know that they were there, well, you probably wouldn’t appreciate the area as much. In this post I am sharing photos take over the years in forest, bush, desert and urban city of WA’s flora.

Munda Biddi trail, Nannup

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Southern Forests

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Mundaring

D’Entrecasteaux National Park

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Sea-blooms

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Vegetation beach

Sand dune vegetation

 

Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary

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Munda Biddi Trail, Manjimup

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Kalamunda

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Pilbara Region

Ellis Brook Valley

Daglish cycle path

Kings Park and Botanic Gardens

Mottlecah

Banksia

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Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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Cottesloe Beach

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