Paynes Find is a tiny community, a tavern and petrol station mixed business where they serve the yummiest pies, I bought a chicken and vegetable one for me and a chunky beef pie for Reg and we ate this while walking through wildflower drifts and having a refresher from the driving.
Leaving Paynes Find the road side view of wild flowers was incredible. Occasionally electric blue patches of the Western Australia, Lachenalia, mingled with the patches of yellow, then pink then white.
Caution was required driving as very wide vehicles are as frequent here as they were throughout the Pilbara. I was so glad I had taken that break to eat, drink coffee and walk around Paynes Find.
I’ve travelled this route twice now, it was even more beautiful each time. I’m eager to see what Dalwallinu and Mullawa have to offer in the Wildflower way.
If travelling to Western Australia to see the wildflowers, remember the timing of the blooms depends on the rain fall, check with the tourist information centers to find out where and when to see the wildflowers if your specifically coming to see them.
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