Late Wildflowers in WA's Eastern Central Wheatbelt

Submitted: Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 at 17:16
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Has anybody been out and about in the last few days and know of any impressive areas in the east of the wheatbelt?

Hoping to find some late ground wildflower hotspots around Southern Cross or East of Hyden.

The cold weather seems to have slowed them down out this way this year. Went for a reccie for some friends travelling over from Sydney 3 weeks ago from Kalgoorlie down to Banks Rock towards Hyden Norseman Rd and while many trees were flowering a lot of the smaller shrubs were still not out.
Want to head off again this weekend ... but out this way (Kalgoorlie) its easy to clock up a thousand K's exploring but would appreciate any tips where there are some good areas in the far east of the wheatbelt. Thanks in anticipation ..and I promise I will post Pics.

Here are some shots from previous outings...

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Reply By: Gone Bush (WA) - Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 at 18:31

Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 at 18:31
We were out at Quairading and Kulin a few days ago.

Very cold, and very few wildflowers out compared to say, north of Wubin.

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