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After trying to find a spot to camp on a public holiday to begin out northern trip I managed to find DPAW had listed this spot. I can still not believe how well equipped it is with over 20 new gravel bed sites at Miners...More
Packed a picnic and headed out on a fresh drizzling day. We actually went in 2016 after a good season of rainfall which produced plenty of wildflowers. Great exploring with the kids through the river beds. The look out is great and the old mine...More
A nice place to explore as day trip from Dongarra or Geraldton. reasonable dirt roads in park..care after rain over river crossings.
Picnic areas with clean toilets and BBQ's Short walks with good interpretative signs. Lovely sights for breathtaking photography. Worth a look at.
Travelling on the Wildflower Way up from Perth, and now the Midland Way back down, Coalseam Conservation Park was the best location this yer to see larger area of wildflowers in this area.
A good drive in, unsealed for the later part but suitable for...More
A lovely place to visit. The road was terrific, only the last few kms is not sealed. And I was in a small car.
The wildflowers, in mid September, were lovely to see on a nice Spring day. But don't expect to see masses of...More
We were so lucky to visit the wildflower regions during one of the best seasons in recent history.
The Coalseam Conservation Park was ablaze with colour and we wallowed in blissful joy taking in the visual splendour presented by nature.
It was a most memorable...More
Some beautiful flowers and an enjoyable walk in the outdoors. I took some visitor to the area and they spent more time there than I would have alone as I guess we are use to the beauty of nature in our wildflower season. Excellent day...More