Kalbarri, Coalseam National Park, Pink Lake, Pinnacles
Join myself and Mark Rayner from Trekabout Photography Tours for 10 Days of exploring and photographing Western Australia's wildflower country.
We start in Perth and drive along the Wildflower Way into the wheat belt region visiting towns like Morrawa, Mingenew and Mullewa.
These towns are well known for their wonderful displays of everlastings and orchids. We walk through Coalseam National Park, one of WA’s best places to see sprawling fields of white, pink and yellow Everlastings.
Bird photographers will enjoy a variety of birds like the Rufus Whistler, Striated Pardalote, Mulga Parrot, the Australian Ringneck Parrot, Red-tailed Black Cockatoo, Pardolotes and nesting Pink & Grey Galahs.
A visit to the very small town of Pindar rewards us with the unique Wreath Flower (Leschenaultia macrantha) only found in sandy and gravely soils in the region.
While staying in the coastal town of Kalbarri we get images of Kangaroo Paws and the little known Cat Paws. We do sunrise and sunset over the gorges of the Murchison River in Kalbarri National Park including Natures Window. Plus you can take an optional aerial flight over the Pink Lake from Kalbarri. (We also do long exposures from the ground of this stunning landscape).
We visit the inspiring Pinnacles at Nambung National Park and the nearby dunes system on our way back to Perth.
Cost - $5,650 pp twin share plus $770 Single supplement (for a room to yourself and not sharing)
max 8 photographers and 2 tutors For more details please email me here
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