Fitzgerald River National Park
Covering 349 000ha, this Park has mountains, gorges, plains and 100km of spectacular coastline. With its surrounding areas, it has been designated by UNESCO as an international biosphere reserve, one of only two in Western Australia.
It is particularly famous for the number and variety of its wildflowers and for its rare animals.
Two mountains in the south east of the Park have good walking trails. East Mount Barrens has a clear rocky path marked by white-tipped stakes, making a spectacular ascent up to the west ridge. Further inland No Tree Hill makes a gentler climb with a well defined path.