Two scenic and varied drives that start 34km east of Perth and are centred on the Gidgegannup village
Peak viewing season for wildflowers is August - November commencing with the flowering of
the yellow Wattles and Hibbertia and the distinctive rich blue Leschenaultia.
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The drive passes through mixed Marri, Jarrah, Powderbark and Wandoo woodlands
and provides views to countryside supporting a range of agricultural activities such as
horse studs, cattle, sheep, goats (which produce a nationally recognised cheese), emus, alpacas
and orchards of olives, peacans and other nuts.
En route you will have the opportunity to stop for a walk or a picnic
(see: Walk Trails
and visit Gidgegannup Village
(see: Gidge Townsite Map