Bluff Knoll

Experience the soaring cliffs and misty moods of Bluff Knoll, the highest peak in the Stirling Range.

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Mount Trio

Discover the rugged beauty of a boulder-strewn valley and rocky spires on the peaks of Mount Trio.

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Toolbrunup Peak

Enjoy magnificent views from the summit of Toolbrunup Peak, the second highest peak in the Stirling Range.

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Have you ever wanted to peak through a hole in a mountain? You can do just that on the Talyuberlup Walk Trail.

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Mount Hassell

Take the walk trail up to the summit of Mount Hassell and see breathtaking views, particularly of Mount Toolbrunup just a couple of kilometres to the west.

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Mount Magog

Experience the wilderness in the centre of the western peaks, where you'll find the twin peaks of Mount Magog. Stop for a picnic or follow the trail.

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Stirling Range Entry Station

The Stirling Range Entry Station is located just off Chester Pass Road on Bluff Knoll Road. Stop here to pay your park entry fees. The registration point for bushwalkers and climbers is a short walk away on the other side of the road.

Bluff Knoll Picnic Area

A small centrally located picnic area with an information shelter and registration book for overnight hikers and rock climbers.

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Central Lookout

Take the short hike to the top of the knoll at Central Lookout for impressive views of surrounding peaks.

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Red Gum Spring

A quiet spot to enjoy a picnic under the marri trees.

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White Gum Flat

A pretty and peaceful picnic area in wandoo woodland.

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Western Lookout

The sensational view from Western Lookout is framed by Baby Barnett Hill and Mondurup Peak. In the height of the wildflower season, the surrounding area is ablaze with colour.

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Eastern Lookout

The lookout and picnic area has sweeping views of the peaks at the heart of Stirling Range including Bluff Knoll’s northern rockface, slopes and summit.

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Talyuberlup Walk Trail

Bush Walk
2.6 kilometres

A steep and challenging 2.6km return hike to a rock covered peak.  It offers exceptional views, excellent wildflowers has a maze of gullies, caves and rocky outcrops to explore. A rock hopper’s paradise!

Bluff Knoll Summit Trail

Bush Walk
6.8 kilometres

Bluff Knoll is located in the Stirling Range National Park, 4.5 hours south of Perth and 1.5 hours from Albany on the south coast. This 6.8km return,  Grade 4 trail is well signed and takes you to the top of Bluff Knoll, 1098 metres above sea level, via a steep path with numerous step to negotiate. The views from the summit are spectacular and worth the effort to get there

Mount Hassell Trail

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

Located in the spectacular Stirling Ranges, the trail to the peak at 847 metres ascends a total of 430 metres over 1.5 kilometres. It starts gently, has sections of scree and then requires a rocky scramble to the top. It offers superb views, especially of Toolbrunup.

Mount Magog Walk Trail

Bush Walk
7 kilometres

A challenging seven kilometre return hike to 856 metres, this peak offers a more wilderness type of experience as it is less often climbed.  The track may be overgrown and the final section requires some rock scrambling.

Toolbrunup Peak Trail

Bush Walk
4 kilometres

Enjoy magnificent views from the summit of Mt Toolbrunup, the second highest peak in the Stirling Range.  A good degree of fitness is required for this four kilometre return hike.

Mount Trio Trail

Bush Walk
3.5 kilometres

This is a short and steep hike in the Stirling Ranges. 3.5 kilometres return, with a total ascent of 400 metres and lots of steps along the way.  Wildflowers, including the endemic mountain bells, are a feature of this walk.


Moingup Springs Campground is closed.

Maps and brochures

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