A project from the National Trust of WA
A self-guided drive trail between the Perth Hills and Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields. Go with the Flow. Follow the water to discover more about the audacious goldfields water supply scheme and Engineer CY O’Connor.
“Future generations, I am quite certain will think of us and bless us for our far seeing patriotism, and it will be said of us, as Isaiah said of old, ‘They made a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert”
Lovers of wildflowers should not miss the memorial to Charles Gardner, the Government Botanist, which lies at the western entrance of Tammin. It is surrounded by 50 species of native wildflower.
The Charles Gardner Nature Reserve, which lies 16 km south of Tammin (take McLaren Street which also takes you to Tammin’s Hunt’s Well), is worth a visit when wildflowers are in bloom. Wildflowers are in bloom from mid/late July – November.Back to See & Do
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