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Bonzle users have contributed 5 pictures of Hill River:

Picture of / about 'Hill River' Western Australia - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA1 - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA (Contributed by: GerryRyder  334 pictures  )
Yellow Plume Grevillea, spring/early summer flowering

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Picture of / about 'Hill River' Western Australia - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA2 - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA (Contributed by: GerryRyder  334 pictures  )
Pincushion Coneflower, spring flowering

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Picture of / about 'Hill River' Western Australia - Cocklshell Gully Road, Hill River District WA3 - Cocklshell Gully Road, Hill River District WA (Contributed by: GerryRyder  334 pictures  )
Unsealed but well maintained, Cockleshell Gully Road is an ideal trail to check out WA sandplain wildflowers. The great coastal plain stretching from south of Perth to near Port Gregory is basically sandy and limestone country. North of Perth near the coast, the land is generally flat with huge lime-sand dunes evident in some areas. The visual effect is one of snowfalls in a climate often jarringly hot from November to April. Way out around the dunes are many kilometres of scrubby heathland, punctuated with buttes and mesas further inland toward the Darling Scarp where the ancient continent really starts - the plain was covered by ocean in eons past. The heathland looks drab for the larger part of the year. But after reasonable winter/spring rains this country bursts forth with a wildflower display of a variety and colourfest among the finest in the world. Inland in the red dirt country, the display is even more stunning, but the sandplain regions offer a feast for the tourist and wildflower afficionado in springtime. One needs to stop and go for a stroll along the roadside and maybe into the bush to fully appreciate it all. In this image, smokebush in profusion offers an interesting effect. Behind is the native zamia palm.

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Picture of / about 'Hill River' Western Australia - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA4 - Sand plain wildflower, Hill River District WA (Contributed by: GerryRyder  334 pictures  )
Scarlet Featherflower, spring flowering

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Picture of / about 'Hill River' Western Australia - Wildflower, Hill River District WA5 - Wildflower, Hill River District WA (Contributed by: GerryRyder  334 pictures  )
I was having trouble identifying this fascinating 'flower-within-a-flower', could not find it in my wildflower i.d. books. No wonder! It is an introduced species from Africa, Cape Bluebell. It is fairly common in south-west WA. I will leave it in my gallery here as there is a fair chance of encountering it when checking out wildflowers in Western Australia. The plant's 'essence' is apparently used as a body rub or such, and is supposed to have soothing values. I just see it as a particularly attractive flower that sadly doesn't belong in our bush.

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