Ravensthorpe Shire offers visitors the chance to enjoy Wildflowers in their natural environment and on show.
The Shire of Ravensthorpe is renowned for its abundance of flora and fauna and is considered a biodiversity hotspot. It has a rich farming and mining history. A key part of the Shire is the world class UNESCO Fitzgerald River National Park hosts some 1800 different plant species, showcases itself along a wild and beautiful coastline. Recently refurbished, the National Park features surfaced coastal roads, interpretive displays, walk trails and spectacular lookouts.
Over 600 labelled wildflowers on display 9-4pm daily
Country Soup and Devonshire Tea daily
Guided Walks in Fitzgerald River National Park with Park Rangers
4WD Tag Along Wildflower Tours
Wildflower Hot Spot Bus Tours
Art Exhibitions Ravensthorpe & Hopetoun
Craft stall, Patchwork at Crazy Grannies
Farm Gate Art Trail
Guided Bush Walk
Herbarium Tour on request
Tours welcome – parking for caravans / coaches
An additional interest in the shire is the Kukenarup Memorial (State Heritage award for 2016) a project that was 8 years in the making by the Ravensthorpe Historical society and the Noongar people is an interpretive memorial and is believed to be one of only two in Australia, just 15kms from the Ravensthorpe on South Coast Highway, it has a covered lookout, table & chairs an informative and historical site with wildflowers on a small walk trail.