Fitzgerald River National Park
The Fitzgerald River National Park lies on the central south coast, between Bremer Bay and Hopetoun and covers an area of 329,039ha. It is one of the most botanically significant parks in Australia with around 20 per cent of the State’s described plant species.
The park protects magnificent scenery and is one of the most flora-rich conservation areas in WA. So far, 1883 plant species have been identified, 75 of which are found nowhere else.
Park fee: $ 11
Where is it?: About 180km north-east of Albany, about 230km from Esperance and close to Bremer Bay, Hopetoun, Jerramungup and Ravensthorpe in WA.
Travelling time: Approximately 2 hours 30 minutes from Albany, 3 hours from Esperance and 30 minutes - 1 hour from the other towns.
Access: Daily flights from Perth to Albany and Esperance; approx 5 hour drive from Perth.
Best season to visit: All year round.
Please note: Drinking water is not available. A ranger is based in the park all year round. Phone (08) 9835 5043.
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