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No one knows exactly what Mingenew means, but it's famed for its epic spring floral and gigantic grain storage facilities. It could be derived from the Indigenous word 'minimoo', meaning place of many waters, which would also explain the profusion of pink, gold, cream and white everlastings that make the perfect picnic blanket.

Hit the Brand Highway north of Perth and you can reach Mingenew and the heart of wildflower country in four and a half hours. In spring, it's worth taking the slightly longer scenic route following the Everlastings Wildflower Trail.

Visit between July and October and you'll only need to take a short stroll or drive from town to find the region's best blooms. Grab your camera and follow the Mingenew Common Wildflower Walk to snap orchids, everlastings and fringed lilies. Head for the summit of Mingenew Hill, a tree covered red rock, monolith and take in breathtaking views of the wildflower filled Irwin Valley. Or make a beeline for Coalseam Conservation Park, where a seemingly never ending carpet of everlastings opens out before you from the lookout and fossils fill the limestone walls of the gorges.

Coalseam Conservation Park was also the first coal deposit to be discovered in the State, taking its history back to the mid-1800s. You can see some of the region's past brought to life in a collection of colourful murals dotted throughout the town, or by visiting the museum.

Have your photo taken beside 'Big Ears', the giant wheat stalk sculpture in Cecil Newton Park. Marvel at the immensity of the Cooperative Bulk Handling (CBH) grain facility - Australia's largest inland grower-fed receivable facility. Or gaze in awe at the USN Tracking Station, part of the Universal Space Network.

For a taste of local heritage, head for the restored Mingenew Commercial Hotel for counter or a la carte dining and accommodation. Or, for more budget-friendly overnight options, head for the caravan park.


Mingenew: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Coalseam Conservation Park

Coalseam Conservation Park showcases spectacular bushland with a vast array of Mother Nature's finest offerings on display. It is difficult to miss the explosion of colour during the spring wildflower season. A stunning collection of flowers including Everlastings, Banksias, Hakeas and Grevilleas will ensure an explosion of colour to delight your senses. Keep the camera handy to capture the diversity of wildlife that lives in the park including kangaroos, emus, echidnas, eagles and cockatoos. For the nature lover this is truly paradise.

Whilst at the Coalseam Conservation Park, you can explore the site of Western Australia's first coal mine, view fossilised marine life in the riverbanks and take a walk along one of many walking trails through the park. With so much land to explore and so many botanical and geological masterpieces to see, you may need more than a day to enjoy all the park has to offer.

Camping is available at two designated sites within the park and camping fees apply. Please note drinking water is not available so bring plenty with you. Entry to the park is free. The park is located near Mingenew, one-and-a-half hours south-east of Geraldton.

via Lookout Road
Mingenew, WA, 6522

Located 22.4K from Mingenew

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