Sepulcralis Hill, East Fitzgerald NP


A moderately easy short walk to a lookout, 175 metres above sea level, in the East Fitzgerald National Park.  The lookout offers views to the many peaks of the park.

Hakea victoria

Royal hakea

Photo Credit: Pam Riordan

About the Trail

Sepulcralis means "of the tomb" and the weeping gum found along this trail,  Eucalyptus sepulcralis, was so named as it was thought to be ideal for cemeteries. From the lookout, there are views to the three sharp peaks of the Whoogarup range and beyond to the three central peaks of the Barrens.

To the east is the rugged East Mt Barren and the Eyre Range.  A variety of plants can be found along this walk including bearded heaths, rushes and several species of banksias.

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