Fitzgerald River National Park, Bremer Bay

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The 'Friends of the Fitz' have been strong advocates for the protection and appreciation of the park, and for the advancement of research within the Biosphere, since forming in 1980.

Objectives

The objectives of the Friends of the Fitzgerald River National Park are:

• To promote the appreciation and enjoyment of the park in a manner consistent with its high conservation values and to promote, by example, appropriate use.

• To support and promote ecological studies within the park.

• To support the Fitzgerald Biosphere concept and the establishment of other reserves proximate to the park.

• To promote the position that any developments and activities in and immediately adjacent to the park be consistent with the protection of its conservation and landscape values.

• To liaise with the management bodies (e.g. Department of Parks and Wildlife) and provide support where appropriate.

• To maintain the Twertup Field Studies Centre.
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TripAdvisor
  • Essentially untouched & very scrubby. You need to take advantage of any high up areas with lookouts so you get your barings. Excellent costal fishing & lots of colourful birdlife. You need to be self ...  more »
  • Gravel road, with not too good signage and no mobile range, but work the effort to see Point Ann, and imagine there would be much more, hope to return in the not to distant future  more »
  • The Park is always a pleasure to visit. The bush plants were very healthy after good summer rains, plenty of flowering plants including Banksias, Royal Hakeas & grevillea. Gravel access roads were in ...  more »
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  • Great park with beautiful beaches and great snorkelling. Never really busy, but a few more people than usual around Christmas time. Best road in would be hamersley drive, if coming from Hopetoun. If camping, I'd recommend the nearby masons bay or 'starvo', aka starvation bay (this ones great for kids). The campsites are usually quite busy during Xmas, so best to always have a backup plan. There are campsites in the park itself, although the two I recommended are well renowned by the locals, and have better facilities such as drop toilets and boat ramp access.
  • Does anyone have any info on the best road in and a great camp spot? Also how busy is it at xmas 2016 cheers kris
  • It is so peaceful
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  • nice place to go and see wild life