Posted by: adventuredoctor | September 28, 2011

Stirling Range National Park – mountains of mystery

Wow – what a day. Full-day eco adventure to the Stirling Range. Wildflowers galore, amazing geology, weather wise we had a bit of everything – even a dusting of snow was mentioned in the weather report!  Bluff Knoll opened up briefly to greet us before disappearing in the clouds. It’s only when you explore the landscape that you truly come to grips with the incredible biodiversity of this national park. It never ceases to amaze me. Darwinias, banksias, andersonias, orchids, hakeas, gastrolobiums, gompholobiums, adenanthos, isopogons … the list goes on. No wonder there are over 1500 species of recorded wildflowers in this Australian heritage listed national park.

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