We are in Bremer Bay and I decided to go on a wildflower tour out at Tozer’s Bush Camp, a 700 acre property of natural beauty.
Wildflowers are one thing we always have a “stop the car” moment for. While I quickly rush out and take the photo, Jim patiently sits in the car gazing off into the horizon – again.
The tour is guided by Jeni, a botanist, who was very knowledgeable and such a delightful person. We spent two hours in the morning, then had our lunch, followed by another two and a half hours enjoying the beauty of the Aussie bush. We had to contend with intermittent showers and it was quite windy so taking photos was a challenge.
At this time of year the orchids are nearly done but we did manage to find some lovely specimens. Jeni had us out looking for any new sightings that could be added to their next tour.
The diversity of flowers was astounding. Here are just a few for you to see.
I would certainly recommend the tour to anyone in the area when the wildflowers are putting on their display.