Wildflowers create a rich tapestry of colours across the landscape during spring and autumn.
Yorke Peninsula's coastal shrubland and Innes National Park comes alive with flaming red cockies tongue, pink common fringe-myrtle, coastal white mallee and golden wattle.
Visit the Native Flora Park at Edithburgh with 17.5 hectares of unique parkland where over 1,000 native plants from all over Australia flourish. There are over 2 kilometres of walking trails and the park is home to parrots, lark, quail and honeyeaters.
Mulbura Park between Port Vincent and Port Julia, just off the coast road, is a native flora reserve in virgin scrub and was established by the Minlaton Branch of the National Trust.
Enjoy colourful roadside displays of wildflowers by just simply driving around the region.