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July 11, 2013 DESTINATION No Comments Email Email

Wildflower Country Incorporated is pleased to showcase the new interpretive signage trail to enhance the visitors experience through Wildflower Country.

Exploring Wildflower Country – Wildflower Way is a project that has been developed through partnerships within the Shires and Councils within the region and features a series of 21 interpretive sites that span from Dalwallinu through to Geraldton.

The trail stretches 390km and highlights the diversity of the people and towns along the way. Each of the 21 sites features an informative interpretive panel with an artistically designed steel sculpture that adds depth to these unique and often humorous stories told throughout the trail.EGT_Artical Banner B 250x250

The Wildflower Way passes through five attractive and welcoming towns. Four of these – Dalwallinu, Perenjori, Morawa and Mullewa have the charm of the best of small rural communities, while the fifth, Geraldton, is a bustling regional city.

Each has its own attractions, with walk trails, historic churches, local museums, short drive trails and historic sites which are just some of the places visitors can enjoy along the way.

“One of the great things about the trail is that it’s been designed so that visitors can discover each site at their own leisure, rather than follow a typical self-drive trail. Each of the 21 sites are well sign posted, making it easy for visitors to find while giving them the flexibility to pick the one’s of interest. This project is a great example of the history and working life of Wildflower Country and of what can be achieved when local Shires and Councils work together” said Mrs Rebecca McCall, Chairperson of the Wildflower Country Committee.

In addition, visitors can also learn more about Exploring Wildflower Country through the new Wildflower Country website (www.wildflowercountry.com.au) and Facebook page, which features detailed information about the flora and fauna on show in the region, as well as an event calendar and a travel blog from visitors who have experienced the trail. “It’s fantastic to see the website available for tourists to learn and experience more about the hidden gems along the wildflower way. We have many travellers wanting to share their stories and experiences, so the website and Facebook page are an important part of involving visitors in the experience of this special part of Western Australia” said Rebecca McCall.

Exploring Wildflower Country –Wildflower Way is stage one of the project that has been developed by the Shire of Dalwallinu, Shire of Perenjori, Shire of Morawa, Shire of Mullewa and City of Greater Geraldton, with the assistance of funding through the Royalty for Regions program.

Wildflower Country runs from Moora in the south to Dalwallinu in the east and Mullewa in the north and Greenhead and Geraldton to the West. The Wildflower Way is the most eastern Route.

For further enquires about Exploring Wildflower Country the Wildflower Way or this media release, please contact Emily Sutherland on 0427 426 596 or visit www.wildflowercountry.com.au or find us on Facebook.

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