Stirling Range National Park
Stirling Range National Park encloses the only major mountain range within the southern half of Western Australia - The Stirling Range.
The rugged peaks, which rise to more than 1000 metres above sea level, feature stark cliff faces, sheltered gullies, magnificent views and a rich diversity of unique and colourful wildflowers.
The peak of Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges is a hugely popular day hike (around 4 hour return) and offers incredible views and access to numerous species of flora and fauna.
In winter the peak of Bluff Knoll is the only spot in WA to ever have snow! It's a very rare occurence but many Western Australia's love to take the hike for their only chance of seeing real snow in Western Australia!
The National Park is one of the world’s most important areas for flora with 1500 species, many of which grow nowhere else, packed within its boundaries.
An immense amount of information about the various peaks, hikes, flora and fauna and safety infromation is available at the Explore Parks WA site here.
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- National Park and Mountain Range
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