Stirling Range – Bluff Knoll

Stirling Range National Park is internationally recognised as a major biodiversity hotspot with over 1,500 species of flora alone recorded. The Queen of Sheba orchid is one of the more famous flowers to bloom in the park as it becomes a wonderland of colour in the spring time.

Bluff Knoll, the highest peak in the park and the south of WA at 1095m, has earned its reputation for being one of the best day walks in the country. The views from the rugged peaks are nothing short of spectacular and leaves the hiker questioning what country they are actually in; Australia or somewhere more renowned for grand mountainous landscapes?

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