The small town of Harrismith is located 45km south east of Wickepin and the area boasts some of Western Australia’s most unique wildflowers and wildlife. Watch out! They are just about to bloom, and there will be a great influx of lovely visitors to the region.
Wildflower hunters can also enjoy the display of historical machinery and memorabilia assembled by local community members including information about the famous Rabbit Proof Fence.
Harrismith is internationally recognised for the wide variety of wildflowers that grow in the area including; orchids, verticordias, grevilleas and banksias. A well defined walktrail with informative signage surrounds the town and showcases the magnificent display of wildflowers.