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John Forrest Road, near Hopetoun, Fitzgerald River National Park, 600km (7hr) south of Perth
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John Forrest Drive, Hopetoun
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About No Tree Hill, Fitzgerald River NP
The hike is 6km return and is accessed from a four wheel drive track that is usually accessible to two wheel drives. Honeyeaters are active in the heathland shrubs and there is a grove of weeping gums leading to the summit. The walk is very exposed and is not suitable for hot weather.
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What To Pack
Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.
What To Pack
Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails)
- Minimum 2 litres of water per person per day
- Sturdy shoes
- Sun hat or bike helmet (compulsory in WA)
- Sunglasses, sunscreen (30+) and insect repellant
- Binoculars and camera (optional)
- Map or guide book where suggested
- Snacks and/or lunch depending on length of trail
- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions including a water/windproof jacket
- First Aid kit
Additional Useful ItemsAlways carry plenty of water and wear appropriate clothing to prevent sunburn.
No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps. Walks no greater than 10km. Suitable for families with young children.
Hazards & WarningsNot suitable to walk in very hot weather
FacilitiesThere are camping facilities at Four Mile Beach (a Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions site) and at Hamersley Inlet (operated by the Shire of Ravensthorpe).
- Car Park
Best time of year
March - November
National Park fees
Dirt Road. Usually accessible by 2WD
Prohibited ItemsNo pets, no fires
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Views to Culham InletViews to Culham Inlet
Yellow lantern banksiaLemann's banksia
Royal hakeaHakea victoria
View from No Tree HillView from No Tree Hill
Pea flower along trailPea flower along trail
Oak Leaved banksiaBanksia heliantha
Eucalyptus SepulcralisOn the trail
Hakea victoriaHakea victoria
One of the many pea flowersOne of the many peaflowers
Weeping gumsWeeping gums
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