Stirling Range National Park
Stirling Range National Park
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Jon G
Perth, Australie442 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2020 • En solo
Being low in the south west this area gets a lot of rain making it green and beautiful all year round. The mountains aren’t very high but some of the trails can be quite challenging.
Perfect place for people of all fitness levels but make sure you trek with a jacket as the wind can get very cold even in the warmer months.
Great for families also, I will be returning
Écrit le 6 janvier 2021
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Lisa C
16 contributions
1,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2020
Stirling Range National Park is closed indefinitely, following a serious bushfire in January. A lot of infrastructure and habitat was badly damaged, and the entire park is off-limits to the public for the foreseeable future.
Écrit le 5 février 2020
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CDL111
Banbury, UK210 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019
We had already bought the seven day pass as we knew that we would visit many parks on out tour of Western Australia. Upon turning off the main road into the park and seeing the sign warning people that it was a 42km drive on a dirt track didn't put us off.
The walks were not an option for us, and being here early September, the flora was not in great abundance, nor was the bird life.
Écrit le 5 janvier 2020
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margaretclincoln
Lincoln, UK935 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019
Luckily we were travelling with our family, who had an annual Parks pass, so going in to the various National Parks was free for us. Be aware that you will need to get passes for each area before you venture in to the 'wild'. We were also the only people on some of the tracks we used. But the Aussie helpfullness was so apparent when we stopped for a break and photos and the next car to come along automatically stopped and asked if we were OK. Good to know when you are in the back of beyond! Great views, especially from Bluff Knoll Lookout. We just enjoyed the view and passed on the 4hr round hike up in to hills! As always there were good facilities, loos and fresh water, even though we were miles from anywhere.
Écrit le 2 janvier 2020
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Michael-4551
Caloundra, Australie5 534 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2019
Visited on Saturday 23rd November. You have to pay to visit the National Park and they offer a seniors price for $8.00 for a day pass. Well worth the money considering what you get to see and do there.
Écrit le 20 décembre 2019
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Alice R
Hobart, Australie8 929 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019 • Entre amis
Stunning array of wildflowers along the scenic drive, good views from most of the lookouts, with some picnic spots along the way - where some of the mountain walks start. Adequate signage, good maintained roads, suitable for all interests, a great park.
Écrit le 11 octobre 2019
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WildlifeWatcher90
Leeds, UK208 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
We stayed in Albany in October and drove out to the Stirling Range Retreat one day to do the Hidden Treasures Orchid and Wildflower tour in the morning and stayed for the Birdwatching, led by a Birdlife Australia volunteer in the afternoon. There is no restaurant at the Retreat but there is one just across the road. We had an excellent day. The guide was friendly and full of information. You go out in the minibus and do very little walking to see the flowers. We saw over a dozen different species of orchid (we lost count) and various birds including Red-Capped, Regent and Elegant Parrots. The birding is done on foot around the Retreat.We know European orchids but nothing about Australian ones and would have not been able to find and admire them without expert help. One of the best days of our holiday!
Écrit le 26 novembre 2018
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bckpckrau
Melbourne, Australie301 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
This is a magnificent national park and one of the premier parks in the SW of Western Australia. There are 6 major mountain climbs to do, Bluff Knoll being the most popular. This is not only because it's the highest, it is also the only one with a sealed road to the start of the walk. It's a tough climb though, continually climbing for 3 kms. Sadly, in May 2018 an out of control parks dept lit fire decimated the top of the knoll so for the time being, it's better to stop about 2kms upthe trail and enjoy the views from there.

Hassell's peak is perhaps the wildflower standout from about halfway up with mountain bells, isopogons, conothamnus and banksias all in bloom. Of course, the wildflowers are a shadow of their former selves thanks to infestation by phytophthera so don't expect miracles. For that, you need to visit Fitzgerald river national park. Just remember to clean your shoes and even under your car before visiting (and between) any of these parks to ensure you're not a carrier. We can all only pray it stops spreading at this stage.

Hassell's is a steep rocky track, the path covered by small loose rocks that make it a little like walking on marnles and quite slippery. Also, walk it in the morning as the best views look west.

Mount Trio is less steep and almost as good for wildflowers including some beautiful yellow petrophiles and Stirling Range banksias plus many different dryandras. The walk along the plateau on the top is stunning with fields of kingias and again, a great morning light view to the west.

The Stirling range drive is not to be missed if you're k with dirt roads and a stop at central lookout and white gum flats are recommended. The latter is great for birdwatching with western yellow robins, short beaked cockatoo and striated pardalotes just a few of the birds we saw near the picnic area. Birding is also great at the Bluff Knoll turnoff information point with regent parrots and splendid fairy wrens in good numbers.

Sadly, there are no 'non-strenuous' hikes here anymore as they have been locked down to prevent the spread of phytophthera. While this is absolutely the right thing to do, it means you will need to be fit to explore the best the park has to offer.

It's also worth mentioning that the WA govt has permitted a 110kmh speed limit through the centre of the park on Chester's pass rd and designated it a road train route. This is to get northern grain to the port at Albany. It's a horrendous example of primary industry wants overcoming the need to protect nature. Animals and birds don't have a chance against the onslaught of trucks using this road. Their speed is completely at odds with a national park and makes it tricky for tourists to enjoy the views of the peaks and even safely turn off to walks and viewing spots. I have written to the govt about lowering the speed limit here and suggest you do too if you feel the same.

But do visit the park, it's a jewel in WA's crown and not to be missed. Just bring a fly net as they are pretty bad.
Écrit le 31 octobre 2018
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Andrew Steven
Kendenup, Australie44 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018
Whether there is snow on the stirlings in the freezing parts of winter, or just to nip out and have a cheap cook up at the many bbq spots that have been peppered throughout, you’ll find the big names will have a payment centre, but the many of the others will be free, this said the ones that you do pay for have good maintainance and roads to them (so worth the $) if your in the area , check out bluff knoll , but a lot of the others are good for a trek out there
Écrit le 2 octobre 2018
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Ernie L
Perth, Australie212 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2017 • En couple
The Stirling National Park, about 90km east of Albany, is an extensive reserve of natural fora and fauna covering over 1000km² dominated by the ranges themselves. There are many choices of trails to follow from the most popular, to the top of Bluff Knoll - a good days effort at 3.1km uphill, to “the ridge walk” across a number of peaks - a little over 40km and involving overnight stays on the trail.
Bluff Knoll is very popular in winter when it snows on the peak, the only place in Western Australia where it snows most years.

The fauna and flora are a highlight, with many plants being unique to the Ranges - especially among the diverse display of native orchards in spring and early summer. The Ranges are also a natural home of Western Australia’s much loved Quakka.

There are campsites in the Ranges as well as the "Stirling Ranges Retreat" popular accommodation for the many bird watchers and photographers. All of the facilities throughout the Ranges are clean and well maintained.
Écrit le 9 janvier 2018
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