Hundreds of native plant species thrive at Whiteman Park, with many of these at their most spectacular during the Spring wildflower season.
Visitors are able to experience the bushland wonders all year round. With over 400 plant species identified within the Park, including declared rare flora, there are numerous plants that will provide shows of colour throughout the seasons.
Fields of paper daisies can be enjoyed from afar, while for those eager to get down and close to nature, a wealth of orchids, trigger plants and delicate fungi may be spied when on the three walk trails that traverse the conservation area.
A stunning and informative guide presenting the most common wildflowers of the Park is available from the Visitor Information Centre.