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Fitzgerald River National Park

Fitzgerald River National Park

A botanical wonderland with wildflowers, walking trails and whale watching.
UNESCO recognised as an international biosphere reserve, this park has more than 1,800 beautiful and unique species of flowering plants as well as lichens, mosses and fungi.

During winter, visit Point Ann where southern right whales arrive each year from July to November to calve. Point Ann is one of only two places in Australia where Southern Right whales come to calve during their migration. This whale nursery is 65kms east of Bremer Bay and it’s not unusual to see up to 40 whales at a time. The park is also home to 22 species of mammals, 200 bird species, 41 species of reptiles and 12 species of frogs.

Facilities

Car park
Public Toilet

Address

Fitzgerald River National Park, WA 6346

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