Coalseam Road Wildflowers

Point Of Interest

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3424 Coalseam Road, Holmwood, Western Australia

(08) 9964 0901


Treasured for its annual display of everlastings, Coalseam Conservation Park is carpeted in pink, white and yellow blooms after winter rains. Coalseam Conservation Park is best known for its annual display of wildflowers, which come in a wide range of annuals and perennials due to the park's diverse habitat range and location between sandplain and arid country. The 3.2km Plateau Loop Trail begins at Miners campground, meanders through a rare eucalypt woodland leading to a plateau ridge with sweeping valley views Coalseam Conservation Park is approximately 30 minutes drive from Mingenew on the unsealed Coalseam Road. The road is suitable for all vehicles, however, the Shire of Mingenew closes the road when heavy rainfall makes it unsafe. For road condition information, contact the Shire of Mingenew. (08) 9928 1102 No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -28.946713 Lng: 115.516488

User Reviews



For the love of god! We gave it a red hot crack but turned back. This corruption is the worst.


Graham 36

This road should be graded because it carries a lot of trafffic bringing a lot of tourists to the area. Shire please note.


Kerry and David

Very corrugated road in. Not many flowers about but disappointed.Not sure if we're too early or too late?


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