Stirling Range National Park is near the South West tip of Australia. It is home to one of Western Australia's highest mountains Bluff Knoll at over 3500 feet.
The area is known for containing over 1000 species of wildflowers some of which are unique to it.
Bushwalkers in spring time will see mountain bells, banksias and orchids. Birdlife abounds in the park including parrots and emus, other common animals are wallabies and kangaroos.
These wiki pages feature pictures from the Stirling Range:
For more information see Stirling Range National Park