About this park
Mount Roe National Park was established in 2004 as part of the Walpole Wilderness. It covers 127,726 hectares. It encompasses a mosaic of rivers, creeks, wetlands, shrub and heath lowlands and old growth jarrah forest.
The park is managed to protect these values. There are no visitor facilities.
The Frankland River passes through the park on its way to the coast.
Mount Roe itself is a large granite outcrop. It was named back in 1829 after the Surveyor General of Western Australia, John Septimus Roe.
This park is managed to protect its wilderness values and there are no recreation sites within it.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Mount Roe National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Menang people as the traditional owners of Mount Roe National Park.