Wildflower season leaves WA Mid West awash with colour

The sun-drenched landscape in the state's Mid West is awash with colour, attracting thousands of tourists and grey nomads keen to admire one of the world's most diverse collections of wildflowers.

Geraldton-based biologist Wendy Payne said consistent rainfall had brought the region back to life.

"There's an amazing burst of life for the Mid West," Mrs Payne said.

"Insects, birds, mammals, people, wildflowers; it's all happening."