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Oct 8, 2010 - Stirling Ranges - Albany

Stirling Range NP – 8 Oct 2010 We took a day trip from Albany to the Stirling Range NP which is approx 85km north east of Albany. The scenery is fantastic and wildflowers just great. There are quite a few walking tracks which would be well worth doing if you have the time. You can camp/caravan in the Stirling Ranges which would make the trekking very doable. We did a 42km drive through the ranges which was just great, the scenery just goes on and on and you end of going round via Mt Barker back to Albany which was also very scenic.

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Oct 28, 2009 - The Stirling Range

We decided to go 80 km north from Albany, to the Stirling Range National Park and spent the next two days there. The Stirling Range rises suddenly from the surrounding agricultural land and stretches for more than 65 km, the highest peak being Bluff Knoll at 1095 metres. The whole of this range is truly spectacular and a popular destination for visitors. There are magnificent lookouts across the range, hiking trails, camping in the national park, bird-watching and one of the most popular drawcards is the abundance of the wild flowers. Many...

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