Kondil Park Wildflower Walk

Walking & Hiking

Overview

The wildflower walk in Kondil Park on the Blackwood River offers spectacular views in spring when the forest floor becomes a carpet of colour.

More information

The Sheok walk (1-3 hours, 2.4km loop) is located in the Kondil Park Recreation Area was once milled for timber, most notably from the Casuarina tree, also known as the sheok. Much of the bushland has recovered, revealing a great diversity of natural vegetation. Late winter and spring is the best time to admire wildflowers.

The Wildflower Drive (1-3hrs) is a narrow and winding 2.5km dirt road through Kondil Wildflower Park is accessible to both 2 and 4 wheel drive vehicles , but more suited to 4WD. In Spring time the road is lined with a rainbow of wildflowers. There are two walk trails in the park so you can park the car and stretch your legs.

The Casuarina Walk is a short easy trail in forest that was once milled for timber, most notably from the Casuarina tree. Much of the bushland has recovered, revealing a great diversity of natural vegetation. Late winter and spring is the best time to admire wildflowers. It takes less than an hour and is a 0.66km loop.