Located in the Stirling Range National Park, Bluff Knoll is the highest and one of the most spectacular peaks in south Western Australia. Requiring some fitness, the moderate five kilometre return hike is a picturesque two hour journey to the panoramic views from the bluff before the one hour descent to the base.
Formed more than 1,000 million years ago, Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in the Stirling Range, reaching 1,095 metres above sea level. Due to its highest and proximity to the south coast, the climate in the range differs from that of the surrounding district. As a result of this unique topography and climate, over 1,000 species of wildflowers and flowering plants thrive within the park including Mountain Bells and the Queen of Sheba Orchid.
This Top Trail commences from the car park, along a well formed and maintained path. The weather can often surprise you: no matter how hot you feel in the car park before beginning the climb, take a sweater with you. The weather can change quickly on the
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au
ActivitiesHiking Scenic Drives Walks
Vehicle with up to 12 occupants: AUD13 per vehicle and Concession Fee of AUD7 per vehicle.
Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour: AUD6 per occupant (6 years or older) and Concession Fee of AUD2 per occupant. Motorcycle: AUD7 per motorcycle.