Canola Fields


Please note: Canola for Tourism at Pet Teet Park  RE-OPENS 10AM 28TH AUGUST 2021 and will be open 10am - 4pm every Saturday and Sunday during the flowering season.

Canola generally flowers mid-August into September dependent on seasonal rainfall, but flowering times for 2021 have already started from late June / early July. Flowering times and durations vary 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.

Pet Teet Park is the only Canola for Tourism locations available for visitors to walk through Canola and take photos.
Outside Canola for Tourism locations, it is illegal to enter private Canola properties to take photos and can cause biohazard and safety risks to you and the crop.

York welcomes visitors to enjoy the stunning display of Canola, but please:

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

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

Canola in York Brochure

Canola Safety Signs For Farmers is available for farmers from the York Visitor Centre.