Araluen Botanic Garden is set in amongst the natural setting of Western Australian bush where wildflowers are currently blooming. There are many walking trails through the Garden, across bridges spanning water flowing over rocky outcrops and along areas set aside for picnicking and plantings. The last of the daffodils and poppies can be seen in minor displays to the many beds of tulips and pansies. In a grassed grove picnic area below the rose garden, Camelias bloom and the magnolias are budding and about to bloom. Enjoy indulging in some refreshments and the view from one of the original cabin-like buildings, now the Chalet Healy Café.