Fitzgerald River National Park

Fitzgerald River National Park is one of the largest and most floristically diverse parks in Australia, so much so that it has been endorsed by UNESCO as an internationally significant Biosphere Reserve. Over 1880 plants have been recorded in the park, with numerous being endemic to its borders, and likewise more species of fauna make this park home than in any other reserve in the south west of WA.

The sweeping views of rugged coastal scenery provide a magnificent backdrop to the vivid Royal hakea; the primadonna of the park that puts on a spectacular show in all seasons for her audience.

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