WA is the Wildflower State — and this is why: We live in the middle of one of the greatest natural flower shows on Earth, and it is an exceptional year.
I’ve been visiting Ninghan Station, in the Goldfields north-east of Wubin, for 30 years and don’t think I’ve seen the wildflowers this good for the past 20.
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