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Stirling Range National Park

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About Stirling Range National Park:

Some large cliffs located north of the town of Albany. Rock is brittle and route finding can be difficult. Not for the inexperienced.
Nearest town or city: Albany
Directions: Drive south-east from Perth (Capitol of Western Australia) on the Albany Highway. 3 hours later you should look to turn off towards Cranbrook (small town) and then head through the towards the National Park.
Latitude, Longitude: -34.39331, 118.20740
Access Issues: Large portions of the park are restricted for Bio-diversity preservation and Die-Back (Fungal Disease) control. Park Fees are payable.
Camping: Yes
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer
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