Fitzgerald River National Park
Fitzgerald River National Park
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bobjanh
Brisbane, Australia2.405 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mag 2023 • Coppie
What a great national park. If the coastal scenery was not enough, the range and variety of native flora is just breathtaking. We visited both from the east in Hopetoun, staying four nights at the Four Mile campground and on a date trip to the west side of the park from Bremer Bay. Both highly recommended.

There are lookouts, short and multi-day coastal walks, walks up to mountain lookouts, lakes, wildlife - mammals and birds, day use areas and simply wonderful flora.

Access in the east is along a mostly sealed coastal road whilst within the park on the west, a bit of unsealed road driving is required. All worth it though.

Would love to visit again in peak wildflower season.
Scritta in data 28 aprile 2024
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Phillip L
Gundaroo, Australia21 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
mar 2024 • Coppie
We did the 32km (return) Mamang Trail as an overnight trek from the Point Ann carpark on 4/5 March. There is good carparking near the day-use BBQ area & clean toilets at this start point. We met the new ranger who had only been in the NP for a week and hadn’t done the Mamang Track yet. Note also that the road into Point Ann is atrociously corrugated & in desperate need of grading.

The track signs down to the beach were excellent. The NP track notes suggest using the elevated bush track heading out in the easterly direction and returning on the beach, which is also a shorter route. This is what we did & it is easier to find the beach entry / exit points doing the track in this direction.

The outwards track doesn’t exit the beach for about 1km after the start, & there is only a single pole set up in the dunes to locate this track (it would be easy to miss if not looking). Less than 50m in from the beach, the main track signage and dieback boot cleaning station are about 90% occluded by scrub, providing the first indication that there has been no maintenance on the track for at least 1-2 years?

Whilst the inland bush track is worth the extra 5-6km on the way in, the lack of track clearing is immediately obvious with more than 100 spots where established vegetation largely obstructs the track. Some of these are a simple case of pushing through, whilst in others it is necessary to go under branches only 2-3 foot off the ground and in some, alternative routes have been bashed around the offending scrub. This is obviously undesirable and is causing further compaction and deterioration of the ground.

As mentioned previously, the track signage using both the Hakea symbol (identical to the Hakea Track markers in the eastern part of the NP) & directional markers with distance indicators to lookouts & waypoints is good. However, the intermittent timber boardwalks on the track commonly had a broken board, presenting an injury risk to walkers not paying attention. The track was fairly easy going with intermittent sandy / rocky surfaces & was arguably closer to a Grade 3 trail, than the allocated Grade 4 level?

Each of the 4 lookouts had a large timber bench & platform offering an excellent break facility on the track. The various views of Lake Nameless, the Fitzgerald Inlet and the ocean were quite sensational & definitely worth the effort of embarking on the trek. Three other timber benches were sited under trees so overgrown as to make the seats unusable & again seemed a hallmark of a track needing some care and attention.

WA NPs seems to be the only NP department in Australia that actively prohibits (or discourages) ‘wilderness’ camping, and the track notes require multi-day trekkers to camp in the only designated campground at the Fitzgerald Inlet Campground. Despite this, the campground is as described by others a fairly uninspiring spot, with litter & compacted campsites & we elected to rest at the quite exceptional spot at Point Charles, using the platform as an ideally sized tent pad. It was a perfect spot to rest, cook, read & enjoy the exceptional view over the inlet and the beaches.

Any true wilderness hikers will understand the absurdity of limiting back country trekkers to a single terminal ‘campground’, & we would contend that providing clear wilderness camping protocols, regarding waterways, protection of dunes and vegetation, human waste & litter, are a superior ethos to manage lightly used back country areas.

Apart from the expected snake or two, we also saw a ginger tabby-cat, presumably freshly killed by 1080, as it was near the Point Charles Junction on the 2nd day, but hadn’t been there the day before. It seems clearly appropriate to see domestic animals being controlled within the NP.

As experienced multi-day hikers, we think that rainwater tanks should be positioned adjacent to the toilets & picnic shelters, to harvest water for hikers to use. Whilst the mandate of carrying ALL water required for personal use should remain strict, it seems mad to not collect non-potable water in the St Mary’s Campground and the Fitzgerald Inlet Campground. It wasn’t until completing the trek that we found the small rainwater tank hidden down below the Point Ann carpark, and seemingly set up near the very large day-use tables for bus groups using this large day-use facility? Such water tanks might be better sited in the more remote areas of the park.

In summary, the Mamang Track is an excellent walk for which WA NPs deserve credit for the track building & very good signage. As noted above, the track is desperately in need of maintenance & clearing, & almost all wooden boardwalks, chairs & platforms require some basic timber repairs / replacements. A large collection of multi-coloured plastic ocean waste has been collected by good folks from the length of Fitzgerald Beach and this needs to be removed from the bottom of the track below Point Charles. The varying view points from the elevated bush track walking out to the Fitzgerald Inlet & from the beach & dunes on the way back to Point Ann are outstanding & make the track highly worthwhile for a 2-day trek.
Scritta in data 6 marzo 2024
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pattttt872
Oahu, HI12 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
feb 2024 • Coppie
Visited as a one day trip while driving from Esperance to Albany. We have a 2WD (RAV4 Toyota).
Entered park via Hopetoun entrance and drove towards Hamersley inlet campground. This entire section was paved / bitumen roads, with no issues. Made numerous stops inc cave point (lookout and short walk), one of the beaches, and another viewpoint.
From hamersley inlet to the eastern entrance/exit it is all corrugated roads with gravel on top. It’s about 50km and took us about an hour. We managed fine, and the roads were reasonable condition if you are used to driving on this type of road.
Was a beautiful drive and well worth a visit if driving this way if have a car that is suitable. Beautiful nature scenery and flora
Scritta in data 5 marzo 2024
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Andre X
1 contributo
Punteggio 1,0 su 5
ott 2023 • Coppie
Do not attempt to drive to Point Ann from Bremer Bay. The road is so bad your car will shake itself to pieces and you will be left sitting in the middle of the road holding nothing but a steering wheel. Judging by earlier reviews, the road has been like this for years. When it comes to setting priorities, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (that changes its name every few years at what cost?) obviously sets road maintenance at the bottom of the list. However, their top priority is charging entrance fees. They have spared no expense installing high tech fee-collecting stations at the entrance to their parks. These have obviously cost a bundle. So your entrance fee goes towards making sure they can charge you an entrance fee! Then having paid your entrance fee, you discover that the road is undriveable and you have to turn back. What a disgrace, but the bureaucrats in their air-conditioned offices are comfortable enough, so who cares?
Scritta in data 22 ottobre 2023
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Janet W
Kilburn, UK197 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ago 2023 • Amici
We looked to cancel our booking in Bremer Bay after reading the previous reviews about the terrible road inside the park. We are glad we didn’t. For those as confused as we were when researching the holiday… the only paved road into the park is from Hopetoun. All the rest are gravel.

We only drove part way on the gravel road from Bremer Bay into Fitzgerald, but the stretch we did was well maintained, though corrugated. As we only had a 2WD, we didn’t go too far, as the wildflowers were better on the roads outside! Even in mid September, the wildflowers were gorgeous. If you’re planning a trip just for the wildflowers, come in October.
Scritta in data 21 settembre 2023
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NM
Perth, Australia18 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2023 • Coppie
Me and my hubz went for a day trip to FRNP and on our way we saw lots of canola fields..i really like the scenery i can relaxed while watching the views and did some walking and climbed to west Mount Barren with 360 views. worth of our visit.. Love it!!
Scritta in data 25 agosto 2023
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Mark G
Melbourne, Australia1.757 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
giu 2023
Beautiful Park with its very own ecosystem including some plants and flowers that only grow here. No GPS or Cell coverage which is quite refreshing.
Scritta in data 21 agosto 2023
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Shaz
5 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
mag 2023 • Coppie
We camped in the Fitzgerald National Park at Four mile beach campground and it was amazing, the park is stunning from ocean views to the vegetation which is beautiful, an area of it own true beauty, facilities well maintained. A natures paradise for sure, unforgettable…. sad to leave this place.
Scritta in data 3 giugno 2023
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Laura S
Carlsbad, CA63 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
feb 2023
Beautiful white sandy beaches made of silica that squeak when you walk in addition to kangaroos where the river meets the ocean!!!! WOW. Plus, having the beach to ourselves in February.
Scritta in data 20 febbraio 2023
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Snatchem
2 contributi
Punteggio 1,0 su 5
feb 2023
A day sitting in a Grader.
The access road of 33 Klms is the most corrugated road we have ever experienced around Australia - including the Gibb River and OTC.
We saw folks in ordinary sedans being smashed to get in to see $1000’s of Dollars spent on pagolas and BB Q’s and walk ways - but who cares if you stuff your vehicle on the way in !
Not good enough DEPAW
Scritta in data 14 febbraio 2023
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