Cranbrook is the Gateway to the Stirling Range National Park. Much of the National Park is located within the boundary of the Cranbrook Shire. Many walk tracks exist throughout the park which gives visitors a close view of the flora and fauna. The area was National Heritage Listed as one of the top 10 biodiversity hotspots in the world in 2009.
Sukey Hill, located on the Townsite boundary in Cranbrook, is the last formation in the Stirling Ranges.
More information on the Stirlings will be uploaded in coming days.