Porongurup National Park

Situated 40 kilometres north of Albany, this 2621-hectare park is smaller and less spectacular than its neighbour, Stirling Range National Park, but is still worth more than a passing visit. Porongurup’s rounded granite domes reach a height of 670 metres, and are home to more than 700 plant species, including sheltered 60-metre-high karri forests and fern gullies. There are walks past balancing rocks and other features, some of which will get pulses racing as you scale the sloping summits.

Contact Info

Park Ranger; (08) 9853 1095

www.dec.wa.gov.au

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