Harvey Wildflower Walk
Directions - Located just outside of Harvey, from the centre of town head east along Uduc Road until you reach South Western Highway. Turn left and follow the highway until you reach the turn-off for Honeymoon Road. Turn right and keep going up the hill until you reach the car park for the wildflower picnic site on the righthand side of the bend in the road. The start of the trail is on the eastern side of the car park and you follow the Grass Tree trail markers.
The Hike - Harvey is a town that most people in WA will associate with orange juice, milk, beef and farming but for me Harvey means going out to a maintenance trip on the Bibbulmun Track. In the hills east of Harvey lies the Kingdom of Py and most of my visits are not in peak wildflower season so I've never thought to add on the Harvey Wildflower Walk to my day trips out here. With a free weekend available in late spring, I thought I would do a wildflower survey of the kingdom followed by a visit here to see what was still in bloom.