Porongurup National Park

Rising to 670m, the sheer face of Castle Rock is a must-see destination in the south west of WA. Offering impressive views over the surrounding canola fields and across to the backbone of the Stirling Ranges on the northern horizon, the park is visited by thrill seeking abseilers and hikers alike.

It is a beautiful walk up to the summit; the trail bends and twists around granite boulders and tree trunks, past happy wildflowers, moss covered logs and glimpses of  the vast plains below. With over 750 species of flora it is a biodiversity hot spot.

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