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Wildflowers

Stopped in for a visit,thpugh closed.Had our caravan picnic lunch on bricks bybthe hall.Sad to see... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Alison M
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Good Spot for lunch

It was disappointing to drive so far in the coach in search of wildflowers to e taken to a... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
GeorgenLizMelb
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5 weeks ago
“Wildflowers ”
28 May 2018
“Wildflowers for Australia and the world”
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Coomberdale, Western Australia 6512, Australia
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+61 8 9651 8010
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped in for a visit,thpugh closed.Had our caravan picnic lunch on bricks bybthe hall.Sad to see the Australian towns and rail siding now with no schools and shops.Its places like this fauna stopover that keeps them going.Magic crops and wildflowers,nostalgia at its best.

Thank Alison M
Reviewed 29 May 2018

To hear from the passionate owner of her life as a teacher, grazier's wife, widow and now continuing obtaining sending flower to markets in Sydney, Melbourne and Rocklea Qld., also overseas. She started in a small shed when she left teaching. The flowers on hand...More

1  Thank SkiGrowingOld
Reviewed 11 November 2017

Just drove 350kms - round trip - to find closed doors - on a Saturday - would have been nice to mention short notice closure on website. Nobody answered the phone either......

1  Thank swissborn1950
Reviewed 19 October 2016

It was disappointing to drive so far in the coach in search of wildflowers to e taken to a wildflower farm that told you of the wildflowers and showed how to preserve wildflowers. Unfortunately we saw very few wildflowers even though the own explained that...More

Thank GeorgenLizMelb
Reviewed 17 October 2016

This is a fabulous place to see the wildflowers and see both the fresh and the pressed flowers. You also get to see on the road there all the wild flowers growing. You can get some great seeds to propagate some of the wold flower...More

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 8 October 2016

I have worked as a tour leader/tour manager/tour guide in at least 18 countries and have never encountered anyone as rude as Rhonda. Our group got the impression that she was too busy to talk to us. A rushed five-minute explanation was all we got...More

1  Thank SilverKiwi
Reviewed 30 September 2016

This farm is terrible very dirty and lots of tired dried flowers not a live one in site very untidy and dirty and very unprofessional and should not be on a tour list.

Thank June S
Reviewed 26 August 2016

If you are interested in Western Australian wild flowers this is worth a stop. A very good selection of souvenirs, NOT DUSTY. A free cup of tea or coffee is offered and a brief explanation is given about the enterprise. If you would like to...More

1  Thank Ellen S
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

Ok,I'll be honest. I didn't want to come here but my wife did. This is not geared for tourists but as a business to pack and ship dried and dyed flowers. I agree with the one reviewer about the old boxes and mess everywhere. The...More

Thank motolite
Reviewed 8 October 2015

A warm welcome and a free cuppa. Rhonda is a peoples person who showed us around and talked with passion about her wildflower business. (which started as a hobby) Watch a very interesting DVD by Mike and Margie Layland. Went on a Christmas shopping spree...More

Thank Myra J
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Is the Coombervale Wildflower Centre interested in exhibiting at the St. James Church Spring Flower Festival on Saturday, 8th September, '18?
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