Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia

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  • I hadn't driven the dirt track through the middle of ranges before and it was well worth it. Stunning 350 degree views and no one around. Just beautiful!  more »
  • We spent five hours slowly driving through the Stirling Ranges on a 42 km dirt road which was in reasonably good condition given the remote location and the recent heavy rains. We had an SUV but any s...  more »
  • Hundreds of miles of footpaths surrounded by dense and beautiful forsests full of wildlife. Definetly one for the very experienced walkers. OR take advice from the rangers who can direct you to short ...  more »
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  • I traveled here from Perth in a day. It is remote so remember to be fueled up to travel here. Flies would carry you off. Advise using an insect hood. Good drive
  • Lots of walks in this area. The one we did was Bluff Knoll which is a well maintained track. It does get steep in some areas. A lot of great views on the way up and on the way down.
  • A great afternoon hike. If your fit it should only take you an hour to the summit. Bring water!!
  • The campsite near the stirling range is quite and secluded. The bluff knoll walk is a great walk to get some amazing views but beware, the temperature can be rather chilly once you are at the top. Don't forget to look over the edge to get a views of the circling birds of prey.
  • There is not enough time to explore the diverse scenery and walks and hikes through this beautiful part of Western Australia.