Tourism

Tourism

Dalwallinu is a small wheatbelt support centre approx 250 kilometres north of Perth. The main townsite, Dalwallinu, is right in the heart of wildflower country and is the first town of The Wildflower Way, a world famous tourist route which stretches north to Mullewa.

Prime season for wildflowers is between July and October and each year thousands of wildflower enthusiasts and nature lovers make the journey to enjoy the rare and beautiful sight of flowers literally carpeting the countryside.

Western Australia supports approx 10,000 different wildflower varieties, many of which are unique to the state and approx 2,000 haven't been named.

The Dalwallinu area is also renowned for it's magnificent Wattle trees which can be seen brightening up road sides and tourist areas with their vibrant yellow colours. September time brings the famous Wattle Week festival.

For more information on this areas tourist facilities and events just browse over our website or come visit us when you are passing through!

Our Visitors Centre is located in the Dalwallinu Discovery Centre located on Johnston St Dalwallinu and can be contacted by calling (08) 9661 1805.

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