Attractions

Quoin Head

Quoin Head in Fitzgerald River National Park is a wonderful place to experience some of the most rugged and spectacular coastal scenery the park has to offer.

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Mylies Beach

At Mylies Beach, have a picnic near a winding creek and limestone cliffs.

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Sepulcralis Hill

Sepulcralis Hill is a small inland hill with sweeping views across the Hamersley River valley.

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West Beach

West Beach is a scenic beach set in a small bay, where you can explore water-washed rock formations and enjoy fishing or whale watching.

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Four Mile Beach

Four Mile Beach is a great little spot to enjoy a picnic, take a stroll or try your hand at beach fishing.

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East Mylies

East Mylies is a long, scenic beach that offers great fishing spots and whale watching opportunities.

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West Mount Barren

Enjoy sensational views of the park and Fitzgerald coast from West Mount Barren.

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Point Ann

Point Ann is easily the best and most picturesque whale watching area on the coast.

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Barren's Beach

A sheltered beach great for swimming with an interpretive display and art exhibit, located amongst the sand dunes.

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East Mount Barren

East Mount Barren is a rugged quartzite peak perched on the edge of the Southern Ocean that offers magnificent views of the park.

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Mount Maxwell

A small, casual walk for wildflower enthusiasts, leading to a lookout with 360 degree views of the Fitzgerald River National Park.

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No Tree Hill

No Tree Hill isn't that popular TV show you're thinking of, it's actually a beautiful walk that offers views across the Phillips River Valley to the Eyre Range in Fitzgerald River National Park.

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Barren's Lookout

Take some time out and enjoy the views of Barren's Beach, Four Mile Beach, Culham Inlet and beyond.

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Cave Point

Get a birds-eye view of the park’s stunning coast from a lookout located on the edge of the sea cliffs!

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Hamersley Beach

If you're looking for a beautiful beach while exploring the Hopetoun area, Hamersley Beach is a great place to start.

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Whalebone Beach

Whalebone Beach is a scenic beach stretching between rocky headlands in a remote part of the Fitzgerald River National Park.

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Twertup

Twertup overlooks a wide valley and is a popular place for field studies, located in Fitzgerald River National Park.

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Fitzgerald Inlet

Fitzgerald Inlet is a secluded coastal estuary, perfect for nature lovers!

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Hamersley Inlet

Enjoy the serenity, listen to the birds and breath in the southern air.

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St Mary Inlet

St Mary Inlet is a peaceful and scenic waterbody nestled behind dunes near Point Ann.

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Trails

In addition to the campgrounds listed below, there is also a non-DBCA campground at Hamersley Inlet within the national park, run by the Shire of Ravensthorpe.

Point Ann Heritage Trail

Bush Walk
1.5 kilometres

This is a short and easy walk which follows part of the original rabbit proof fence. It offers superb views over Point Charles Bay and is an excellent whale watching route in season.

West Mount Barren

Bush Walk
1.7 kilometres

Enjoy sensational views of the Fitzgerald River National Park and the Fitzgerald coast from West Mount Barren. This is a 1.7km return bushwalk and a reasonable level of fitness is required.

East Mount Barren

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

The trail up East Mt Barren is a short but moderately difficult walk offering impressive views from the summit over Culham Inlet, the Eyre Range, Hamersley Inlet and the peaks of mid Mt Barren and Thumb Peak. Offering flowers throughout the year.

Hakea Walk Trail

Bush Walk
23 kilometres

The Hakea Trail is a 23 kilometre spectacular and rugged coastal walk trail in the East Fitzgerald National Park.  It starts at the Cave Point car park and extends westward to Quoin Head.  However, the trail can be accessed at several points along its route. The trail has markers bearing the Royal Hakea.

Mamang Trail

Bush Walk
31 kilometres

This is an outstanding 15.5 kilometre (31 kilometre return) walk along part of the spectacular Fitzgerald River National Park coastline from Point Ann to Point Charles and on to the Fitzgerald River mouth. Along with the coastal views are views to the inland peaks and lakes of the central wilderness area. It is marked with posts bearing the Royal Hakea symbol.

Mount Maxwell

Bush Walk
200 metres

An easy walk in the West Fitzgerald National Park, to a lookout platform, 184 metres above sea level.

No Tree Hill

Bush Walk
6 kilometres

This a moderately easy 6km walk through heathland to a hill 262 metres above sea level,  offering views to Culham Inlet and the Eyre Range. Black gloved wallabies may be spotted and the wildflowers change throughout the year.

Hamersley Inlet Trail

Bush Walk
1.7 kilometres

The Hamersley Inlet Trail is a 1.7km walk trail within Fitzgerald River National Park. It follows the bank of the inlet until you reach Hamersley where it intersects with the Hakea Walk Trail.

Campgrounds

Four Mile Campground

A popular camping area close to Four Mile Beach with picnic tables, gas barbecues and fifteen campsites of various sizes for regular caravans and/or tents.

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St Mary Inlet Campground

Set up camp near the mouth of St Mary Inlet.

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