Western Australia is renowned for its spectacular seasonal wildflowers. In late winter and Spring, the bushland co9mes alive with blue lace flowers, red and green kangaroo paws and masses of small but colourful orchids.
The Peel Region is both botanically and historically unique. It's coastal and inland regions host an astounding variety of indigenous flora which make it a natural adventure place. Boddington has extensive jarrah forests (47% of the shire is state forest) as well as several unique smaller reserved bushlands that display our local wildflowers. Redhill reserve, located at the corner of Red Hill Road and the Pinjarra Williams Road, about 8km's to the west of town has old growth jarrah forest understory.
Another reserve worth visiting is the Crossman West Reserve, located on the corner of Albany Hwy and Crossman Rd, which is mainly white gum or marri woodlandand and was once a national park with an abundance of orchids and wildflowers in season.