Mt Roe National Park
Mt Roe National Park was established in 2004 as part of the Walpole Wilderness and covers 127,726 ha. It is located 20km north-east of Walpole, 14km north-west of Denmark and 10km south of Rocky Gully. Much of Mt Roe is made up of drainage systems, shrub and heath lowlands and lateritic jarrah uplands. Phytopthora dieback is a major threat to many of the park's ecosystems.
Mount Roe was named by Dr. Thomas Wilson in 1829 after the Surveyor General of Western Australia John Septimus Roe.
Nearest town: Rocky Gully
Park fee: Free
Where is it? Approx 20km north east of Walpole, 14km north west of Denmark and 10km south of Rocky Gully.