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Wildflowers bloom on the Cape to Cape Track in WA

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Located in the stunning Margaret River, South Western Australia, the Cape to Cape Track is home to one of the world’s most bio-diverse environments, with rare wildflowers blooming.

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Purple pansy orchid near Redgate beach                 Wild geranium near Yallingup 

With almost 80% of the plant species in the walk’s region not being found anywhere else on the planet, the area is recognised as one of only 34 global biodiversity hotspots in the world!

Rare native wildflowers are currently in bloom on this luxurious walk hosted Walk into Luxury, with guests recently spotting donkey orchids, pink fairy orchids, purple pansy orchids, vanilla lilies, old man’s beard and wild geraniums.

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Pink Fairy Orchid near Willabrup, Old Mans Beard near Redgate & Vanilla lily near Moses Rock 

These natural beauties only have a short season, so from September to November is the perfect time to experience these gorgeous natural wonders on a backdrop of crystal waters, stunning sand, luxurious accommodation and delectable cuisine.  Don’t delay, start planning your walk among the rarest of wild flowers today!

Find out more about this wildly breathtaking walk here.