Bluff Knoll, Stirling Ranges, South Western Australia
Bluff Knoll, the highest mountain peak in southern Western Australia, is often shrouded in cloud where conditions can change constantly. Part of the Stirling Range National Park. These ancient rocks are some of the oldest in the world and are home a wide variety of both flora and fauna. The mountain peaks and brilliant wildflowers of the National Park give visitors some of the best scenery in the Australia's South West.