Rottnest Island is also home to more than 1,500 native species of wildflowers. See them along the Wadjemup Bidi.
The native plants and wildflowers that are found on Rottnest Island are well adapted to the predominantly nutrient poor soils, along with the salty and often windy conditions. Along the 45km Wadjemup Bidi, you'll see native species of plants and wildflowers including the Blue Rottnest Daisy - only found on Rottnest Island. See more about the Wadjemup Bidi below or find out more about Rottnest Island's flora here.
The Wadjemup Bidi is 45 kilometres of trails made up of 5 sections, each boasting culturally and environmentally significant landmarks to interpret and experience. "Bidi" in Noongar means "trail" or "track". The Whadjuk Noongar are the Traditional Owners of Rottnest Island. Wildflower highlights include the Blue Rottnest Daisy, Rottnest Island Pine and Rottnest Island Tea Tree (Melaleuca). Find out more.
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