Bluff Knoll Tours

Looming over the Stirling Range National Park, the 1,095-meter peak of Bluff Knoll is the highest mountain of the Stirling Range, as well as one of the highest points in Western Australia. A popular challenge for adventurous hikers, it’s a steep but non-technical 6km return hike to the summit, taking around 4-6 hours on a marked trail. For experienced climbers, there is also an abundance of challenging climbing routes, most notably along the precipitous North Face. 

Often touted as one of Australia’s best hikes, the unique landscapes of Bluff Knoll and the surrounding park serve up an ever-changing panorama for hikers. Most notable is the spectacular array of wildflowers, which bloom during the summer months (October-December) and include more than 1,000 varieties of banksias, mountain bells and orchids, many of which can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Kangaroos, wallabies and emus, plus a wide range of exotic birds and parrots are also frequently spotted.

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Bluff Knoll is a mountain located in the Stirling Range National Park in Western Australia.
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Address: Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, Australia
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4-Day Tour from Perth Including Margaret River, Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk and Albany

Experience highlights of Western Australia’s scenic south on this diverse 4-day tour from Perth. Sample local flavors and watch a sheep-shearing demo in Margaret River, cruise around the Nornalup Inlet and see where the Indian and Southern oceans converge at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Discover the area’s natural attractions as you marvel at the vast Mammoth Cave and climb above the treetops in the Valley of the Giants. Rest easy with three nights of included accommodation.
  • Duration: 4 days
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  • Duration: 4 days
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USD871.05


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