WildflowersEach year after the winter rains, the rust-red plains of the Gascoyne-Murchison are blanketed in soft, velvety green flora - and with the arrival of spring sunshine, they burst into bloom.

The landscape of Sandstone becomes continual fields of pink, white and yellow everlastings, delighting photographers and wildflower enthusiasts alike. When visiting Sandstone, stop the car and take in the beauty of the wreath flower, purple vetch and red grevilleas. The peak of the season depends on the winter rains, but usually occurs from July to August.