The hills are alive! And so are the mountains, fields and valleys. As the seasons change, head to Victoria's national parks and reserves to watch in wonder as the wildflowers emerge.
Grampians and Gippsland
Hit the Grampians region to see a huge variety of wildflowers including pink and white heath, orchids and blooming tea-trees in their natural settings, and join in on wildflower-related events
See spectacular displays of wildflowers including orchids, wattle and heathland at Wilsons Promontory National Park and Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park. Spot rare native orchids in Morwell National Park and at Croajingolong National Park, where more than 90 species are known to grow.
High Country and Great Ocean Road
Journey to Victoria's High Country to walk among late spring and summer wildflowers with stunning mountain views. Find yourself surrounded by carpets of billy buttons, royal bluebells and silver snow daisies at Mount Buffalo, Alpine and Snowy River National Parks.
The Great Ocean Road provides wonderful opportunities for wildflower appreciation in a coastal setting. Admire banksias, parrot peas and orchids along the Surf Coast Walk, which also crosses the Anglesea heathlands. Traverse more heathland in the Bay of Islands Coastal Park and delight in the spring wildflowers on show at Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve.