Saturday, 8 November 2014

Reynoldson Reserve

This small stretch of bushland comes alive with colour during October through to December. There are seven varieties of verticordia along with grevillea, tea tree and others. The reserve is about 28 klms from Wongan Hills  taking the main road, or just 16klm as the crow flies. The Wongan Hills Visitor Centre is taking bus tours out to the reserve this weekend as part of The Reynoldson Reserve  Festival. Mid October, early November the reserve is at it's peak for the colourful verticordia.
 
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The picture below gives you an idea of   the reserve before flowering commences
 
 

8 comments:

  1. Oh, this is so beautiful! I love all the soft colors - so enchanting! :) Karen

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  2. Wow, something I've never seen!
    These are wonderful nature shots, fantastic colors... Thank you for this beautiful photo series.
    Best regards, Karin

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  3. What a stunning display!! The wildflowers are beautiful.

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  4. what a beautiful place. Are these all like wildflowers. they are beautiful.

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  5. This looks a very beautiful area with gorgeous wild plants. Have a good week ahead.

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  6. Absolutely spectacular Linley. The uniqueness of WA's flora is astounding. Lucky you!
    Beautiful images.

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  7. What glorious flowers, I wish that I was there...thanks for taking me there. Ton The Backroads Traveller

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