About this park
Watheroo National Park spans 44,324 hectares. It’s sandplain country and a nice spot to see wildflowers. The best time to see the displays is between late July and early November.
The natural landscape includes low sandplain heath, banksia and malley thickets. Tall eucalypts line the west side of the park.
The sandy plain has some unusual native plants. Discover the extraordinary bush cauliflower and scarlet feather flower. You may also see kangaroos and lots of native birds. The secret hideaway is Jingemia Cave. This distinctive natural feature is tucked away in a band of rocky outcrops that extend between the towns of Carnamah and Moora. There is a walk trail that leads to the cave. So go and explore!
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Watheroo National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Yuat people as the traditional owners of Watheroo National Park.