Wednesday, 11 March 2015

South-west Australia and its mountains

Note the name mirrored in the number-plate
Although not the most mountainous of areas there are a few prominent hills worth exploring. So whilst Joe and Sophie were working I hired a car for a few days and went to explore the Stirling Ranges national park and some other national parks in the region. Managed to get to the southernmost tip of west Australia, too.

Bluff Knoll 1085m P850 - highest point in south-west Australia


Toolbrunup Peak 1023m P708

Not true - unless you count the anthills

Shelley beach - West Cape Howe

Torbay Head - the southernmost point in Western Australia


Cape Naturaliste


There is a lot of forest - and a lot of it has been on fire.


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