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The BIBBULMUN TRACK
Follow Waugal, the Rainbow Serpent of the Bibbulmun Aborigines, on a 1000 km walking track through some of the most stunning scenery in the south-west of Western Australia.
48 isolated campsites with shelter, water, toilet and table.
This metallic green
is called Stigmodera gratiosa and the small gold one is Castiarina crocicolor.
Both native to W.A.
Modern Albany was founded in 1826 by white fellas, 3 years before the capital of Perth.
Initially a colony for convicts, then a coaling station for steamers and a deepwater whaling port.
For many millennia it was called Kinjarling by the local Aborigines, meaning "place of rain"
With three peaks just over 1000m, the Stirling Range National Park is perfect for mountain walking, rock climbers, photographers, bird watchers and scenic drives.
64km long, 18km wide and more flowering plants than the entire British Isles!