We went at the perfect time of year, early to mid Sept after there had been a few showers. It also apparently helped that there had been a fire a couple of years earlier. The road into the park is gravel, in fairly good condition, then there is an 18km surfaced loop road with a lookout with walking trails half way and a picnic area near the end. We must have spent 2-3 hours on that 18km, stopping dozens of times to look at an amazing variety of wildflowers. The photos I took say more than words can.
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