Welcome to the Great Southern Treasures
A region famed for its biodiversity, wildflowers, breath-taking mountain ranges, rich farming history and world class produce.
Residents of Kojonup and Woodanilling will be opening their gardens over one weekend for a Bloom Festival Open Gardens event. These gardens include everything from the newly planted to the more mature and nationally acclaimed. Explore the incredible gardens, learn tips and ideas for your own.Discover More
Immerse yourself with the meditative sounds of Crystal and Tibetan Bowls in the tranquil setting at Indaroo. The sound bath will help you relax, release stress and tension and feel amazingly rejuvenated!Discover More
Experience a deeper insight to 60,000 years of cultural connection to the Stirling Ranges with Ezzard Flowers.Discover More
Sip a glass of premium complimentary Plantagenet sparkling wine while creating a stunning wildflower swag with fresh local wildflowers.Discover More
Experience the Shire of Kent on a guided bus tour showcasing Nyabing, a small town bursting with amazing #wildflowers and history. As well as all the history of the town, you'll have the opportunity to tour and learn the ins and outs of a local family working wheat & sheep farm. Then, as golden hour approaches, its #instamoment photo time! Be transported to the middle of a tall stunning field of #canola, ?or overlooking the magnificent field of gold, perch yourself upon our unique Bloom Festival giant swing ‘Bing Swing’ for that #instagrammable canola shot Your final stop will be a sunset bonfire overlooking the farm with free drinks and nibbles.Discover More
Explore the stunning gardens, beautiful mountain photography and antiquarian library, with books dated back to 1700 - 1930, on a guided tour.Discover More
Hike in a small group through the flower-strewn bushland to get to Castle Rock. Following the walk down, head to savour the flavours of Great Southern Wine, with lunch at a Porongurup winery. Pick up/drop off point is the Albany Visitor Centre.Discover More
This year's Bloom Festival will see over 55 events taking place across the Great Southern region over 6 weeks, kicking off with a free family festival in Katanning on 23 September!Discover More
Looking for RV friendly stops in the Great Southern region? Get your detailed map here.Discover More
Immerse yourself in natural phenomena shaped by billions of years. Where floral fantasies burst into bloom. Where towering mountains overlook turquoise watersDiscover More
The annual celebration of nature’s splendour, the Great Southern Treasures Bloom Festival presented by WCP Civil, is back this year with a fresh full program! Springtime in the Great Southern is set to come alive over six weeks with an impressive lineup of 57 exciting events, showcasing the very best of the region’s flora, culture, art, and culinary delights.
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The Great Southern Treasures Yoorn (Bobtail) Trail was identified as a priority project in the Great Southern Regional Trails Master Plan (2020-2029).
The trail is a network of walking, cycling, and paddling trails integrated with the existing Great Southern Treasures (GST) Drive Trail across the region’s 25 locations, and is designed to enable visitors to plan their own route to explore the many treasured sites the region’s locals love.Discover More
Explore the towns that lie within the Great Southern region, and discover the diverse attractions that make these places so special.