Stirling Range National Park

Stirling Range National Park

In the Great Southern region this range is home to Bluff Knoll.
Home to one of Western Australia’s highest peaks (Bluff Knoll) and standing 1,095 metres above sea level, this park is a hot spot for biodiversity.

The towering peak is heightened by the beauty of over 1500 wildflower species (87 endemic) that flower during spring. The prominent peaks of the Stirling Range stretch for 65kms from east to west. Experienced rock climbers and abseil enthusiasts can take advantage of awesome climbs (permit required) and there are enjoyable walking trails to suit all abilities. The range is one of few places in Western Australia where snow occasionally falls on its highest peak and it is renowned for its unusual and sometimes spectacular cloud formations.


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Stirling Range National Park, WA 6338

Things To Do Around Here

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Guided, small group walking holidays – Bibbulmun Track, Cape to Cape Track and Stirling Ranges.
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Nearby Accommodation

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Welcome to Australia’s South West!

Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.


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