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Spring Wild Flower Walk 2012

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by Sarah M (subscribe)
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Wonderful wild flowers
Spring is in the air and that means wildflowers. Come and join the wildflower experts for an informative and fascinating look at the beautiful wildflowers of Wireless Hill on the Spring Wild Flower Walk 2012.

If you are already familiar with Wireless Hill Park, then you will know that it is one of the largest suburban parks in Perth. Situated in Ardross, there is over 38 hectares of beautiful, protected park-land and bush-land. Wireless Hill Park is also home to some of the most stunning, native wild flowers in Western Australia including Native Orchids, Kangaroo Paws, Wattles and Grevilleas.

Wireless Hill Park is famous for its wonderful displays of native wild flowers in spring. The City of Melville has created a unique walk with pathways that meaner through the bush-land so that visitors can see the glorious wild flowers with ease.

This year's Wild Flower Walk will be on Sunday 16th September, 2012, from 9am till 11am, and takes approximately one and a half hours to complete the 1km walk. Don't forget to bring your camera, wet weather gear and a hat.

The Spring Wild Flower Walk 2012 is proudly brought to you by the City of Melville, the Friends of Wireless Hill and the Wildflower Society of WA.

There is plenty of parking at the City of Melville Civic Centre car park just off Almondbury Road. The car park is also the meet-up point for the Spring Wild Flower Walk 2012.

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Why? Spring is in the air and that means wildflowers.
When: Sunday 16th September, 2012
Phone: (08) 9285 2589
Where: Wireless Hill Park
Cost: Free
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Hi there - thanks for this, the City of Melville website has the date at 9 Sep rather than 16 Sep - has it already happened? Thanks!
by leigh (score: 0|2) 2326 days ago
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