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Canola Fields


Last updated 22/8/22

Canola is now in flower across the Avon Valley.  Large flowering areas can be observed on Spencers Brook road, Northam - York rd and in some sections to the East of York.

PET TEET PARK, offers visitors the only Canola fields that can be walked through and reopens to the public 27 August for the 2022 Canola Season. Pet Teet Park will remain open whilst the flowers are in full bloom (generally 2-3 weeks). More Information on Pet Teet Park can be found here

Canola generally flowers mid-August into September dependent on seasonal rainfall, varying flowering times and durations each season.

Canola is Australia’s major oilseed crop and Western Australia's third largest crop behind wheat and barley. Canola is used as a food-grade oil, as stock feed and for biofuel production.

Canola for Tourism locations are the specifically planted for visitors to walk through Canola and take photos (i.e. Pet Teet Park). Outside Canola for Tourism locations, it is illegal to enter private Canola properties. Their are many risks including snakes, chemical spraying and biohazard risks you pose to the crop.


  • Stay out of crops
  • Park vehicles safely
  • Respect private properties

Canola Safety Signs For Farmers are available from the York Visitor Centre.

Contact the York Visitor Centre prior to your visit to avoid disappointment.

Canola in York Brochure