Stirling Range National Park

Stirling Range National ParkThe Stirling Range National Park is just 80kms out of Albany and approx 337kms from Perth. There is much biodiversity and flora & fauna in this range that stretches some 65kms. It's Aboriginal name is Koi Kyenunu-ruff meaning 'mist moving around the mountains'
 
Park Fees - Visitors are required to register and pay a fee at the entry station on the Bluff Knoll road.
 
There is many things to do including - scenic drive and lookouts, picnic & gas bbq's (no camp fires are allowed) and camping (again no camp fires). Mountain Bushwalks include - Bluff Knoll, Mount Trio, Mount Hassell, Toolbrunup Peak, Mount Magog and Talyuberlup. Check out further info for trail classifications and make yourself prepared.  
 
The Malleefowl Preservation Group (MPG) is based in Ongerup and is well worth a visit. They have achieved national recognition for raising awareness of the plight of the Malleefowl. Click for more information on the Youngernow Australian Malleefowl Centre.
 
For further information on the Stirling Range National Park click here and just scroll down to find 'Stirling Range NP Brochure'

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