Robinson Road / Arrowsmith River Crossing is a scenic drive with wildflowers galore, best viewed between mid August and early November.
A walk through this mini trail will give you a brief outline of the history of the Three Springs area, while viewing wildflowers, which are local to the area along the way. There is an information board and barbeque facilities situated at the start of the heritage walk.
Eucalyptus Rose Mallee
The Eucalyptus Rose Mallee (botanical name of Eucalyptus Rhodantha) is a rare species of eucalypt and can be viewed at the Three Springs Hospital Grounds. This plant is the floral emblem of Three Springs. The Eucalyptus Rose Mallee can be found on Sweetman Road 18km south west of Three Springs between June and October.
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Flowers in a good year