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Slideshow Image 1 to inspire and promote the responsible community use of Western Australia's cultural and natural heritage through tourism
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Capitalising on Western Australia's Unique Flora Download Flyer Register now

Venue: Fraser's Function Centre, Kings Park

Date: Wednesday 22 May, 11.45 for 12.00noon start - 5.10pm

This event is sold out - Registrations closed.

Western Australia boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on Earth.  With more than 12,000 species, over 60% are unique to the State.

This workshop will explore opportunities in the development of product that take advantage of our unique native flora and create a point of difference for the tourism industry.

You will gain an insight into the Aboriginal perspective on native flora as bush tucker and medicine throughout the six seasons;
Be inspired by creative design that celebrates our unique wildflowers;
Explore industry best practice in park interpretation;
Learn to maximise visitor opportunities and experiences around wildflowers; and
Think outside the box in creating and marketing events and product that showcase WA's unique flora.




 
Images courtesy of Australia's Coral Coast & Distinctly Tourism Management
REGISTRATION:
Cost includes tea and coffee on arrival, delicious networking lunch overlooking the stunning gardens and vista from Kings Park and afternoon tea.

$80   FACET Members                                                            $95  Non Members 
$70   FACET Concession Members (Students/Unwaged)      $85  Non Member Concession

Free parking available behind Fraser's Restaurant.

Botanical Art Exhibition by Jacqueline Pemberton
Jacqueline is a botanical artist in Western Australia who conveys her passion for the natural environment in her superbly detailed botanical art.

Major Partners


Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions      Tourism Western Australia

Event Sponsors


City of Perth      RAC

Event Supporters


Fraser's