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20 October 2021

Stirling Range National Park

Beautiful and pristine Stirling Range National Park starting at the Shire of Cranbrook is famous for its colourful wildflowers, bushwalking and camping.

Stirling Range National Park is known for its staggering range of wildflowers – more than 1,500 different species, some of which are found nowhere else. Wildflower species include Banksia, Dryandras, Queen Sheba Orchids and Mountain Bells.

Go bushwalking during spring-time and you’ll be sure to see mountain-bells, banksias and orchids. Birdlife abounds in the park making it an ideal place for birdwatching. You can see large numbers of parrots and emus, while other common animals are wallabies and kangaroos.

Stirling Range National Park Visitor Guide