WA’s wildflower committee will take a recess following member fatigue and failing to meet its quorum, however travellers will still get to enjoy themed events across the district. Western Australia’s Wildflower Country, the collective group of 11 government areas including Coorow, Carnamah, Dalwallinu, Dandaragan and the Greater Geraldton region, will cease operations this wildflower season. The group is made up of volunteers and promotes events happening across each shire. Committee member Mia Maxfield said there would be no disruptions to wildflower events across the district as the season approaches, however volunteers were too busy to attend meetings and it wasn’t feasible for the committee to continue this season. “It’s going into recess for the next 12 months, everyone is busy and they’re all volunteers,” she said. “Representatives weren’t attending meetings.” Ms Maxfield said the committee was not responsible for promoting specific town events and the temporary disbanding would not affect the season. “Everyone can still enjoy wildflower season because there will be no change to what the shires are offering, so come out and have a look around,” she said.