Accommodation Near the South West’s Most Memorable Flora
There is an abundance of unique flora to see when visiting Western Australia’s beautiful South West and when you stay at Chimes Spa Retreat in Denmark you are in the prime location to discover them all.
Book your stay at Chimes Spa Retreat and you’ll be able to enjoy the most exciting, unique Denmark flora.
Denmark Flora - Wildflowers
Right on the doorstep of Chime Spa Retreat in Denmark you will find the region’s world famous wildflowers. They bloom quite late in the region, generally September to November. This is when the weather is still cool but fine and the days are lengthening. National parks and walk trails are the best places to see wildflowers, many of which are walking distance or a short drive away from our accommodation.
Don’t delay, book online today to stay at Chimes Spa Retreat, with close access to the local Denmark flora.
View Denmark Flora - West Cape Howe and William Bay
At West Cape Howe you will see numerous banksias, a beautiful, unique example of Denmark flora, including the Albany banksia, Banksia coccinea, dryandras, hakeas and many plants from the family Myrtacaea. The insect-trapping Albany pitcher plant, flora exclusive to the region, can also be found here.
Around William Bay flora is dominated by peppermints and dryandra, rare orchids and kangaroo paws of different colours, including the endemic green variety. The pretty Hardenbergia (native wisteria) climbs through the trees and there are Pimelia, Crowea, Hakea, Callistemon, bottlebrush and many more. The list of flora to discover goes on and on.