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Spring springs forth pretty late these days - but it's a great time of year in Pemberton and the South West, with wildflowers in bloom and whale sightings all along the spectacular coastline.

The Water Bush (Bossiaea Aquifolium) is common around Pemberton

The Water Bush (Bossiaea Aquifolium) is common around Pemberton

 Pemberton's multi-award winning tour operator Pemberton Discovery Tours runs regular wildflower tours at this time of year to give visitors the opportunity to see some of the best the region has to offer and to learn more about the local flora.

 Over 75% of Western Australia's 10,000 flora species can be found in the south west, so if you want to see wildflowers - you're in the right place!

Tree Hovea (Hovea elliptica)

Tree Hovea (Hovea elliptica)

 

 

And if you're heading off on a sight-seeing drive or tour, why not make your way to the coast? This year, whale sightings have been plentiful and from Pemberton a great spot to view the the ocean is Pt Dentrecasteaux.

Coral Vine (Kennedia coccinea)

Coral Vine (Kennedia coccinea)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approximately 55 minutes from Pemberton and 20 minutes past Northcliffe you can access this wonderful lookout to the right of Windy Harbour and at this time of year whale sightings from the point are common.

The lookout at Pt Dentrecasteaux.

The lookout at Pt Dentrecasteaux.

There's a scenic clifftop walk with informative signs dotted along the way and the lookout is worth the drive at any time of year.

Even the the wildflowers in the parking area are quite spectacular - so all in all - definitely worth the drive!

(No facilities past Northcliffe so bring water and snacks along with you for the drive).

 

 

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