Six hours southeast of Perth lays Hopetoun, a small town on the pristine south coast of WA. Boasting secluded, white sand beaches that back up onto the vast and green Fitzgerald River National Park, days there are filled with hiking, fishing, swimming and all things outdoors.
An easterly drive along the coast will take you to Starvation Bay and Mason Bay, a hub for surfers and swimmers alike. Or, if you're in town from July to October, spot some whales from Cave Point or Four Mile Beach just west of town.
Discover a botanical wonderland renowned for its rugged and spectacular scenery.
Quoin Head in the Fitzgerald River National Park is a wonderful place to experience some of the most rugged and spectacular coastal scenery the park has to offer.
West Beach is a scenic beach set in a small bay, with opportunities to explore water-washed rock formations and enjoy fishing or whale watching.
Arthur Drive Scenic Lookout in Ravensthorpe is a popular tourist spot with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding natural beauty.
East Mount Barren is a majestic quartzite peak located in the Barren Range, which is a part of the Fitzgerald River National Park.
Hamersley Drive Heritage Trail Scenic Drive is an extensive scenic trail that showcases breathtaking views of the Fitzgerald River National Park and its surrounding towns.
Hamersley Inlet Hopetoun is a beautiful spot that's home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.
Located on Western Australia's far south coast, Hopetoun Beaches are among the most pristine and undisturbed in the country.
The Hopetoun Ravensthorpe Rail Trail is a 54 km heritage walk trail in Western Australia.
The Mount Madden Scenic Drive in Ravensthorpe is a must-visit location for those who want to explore the scenic beauty of the region.
The Society was founded in 1970 with the aim of preserving, and recording the Shire's history, including objects, photos and archival material
Fremantle-based artist Amok Island created PUBLIC Art in Ravensthorpe’s Six Stages of Banksia baxteri, a 25 metre high wildflower inspired mural painted across three CBH Group silos in Ravensthorpe WA
Sepulcralis Hill Lookout in Hopetoun, Australia is a must-visit travel destination for anyone who loves natural beauty and picturesque scenery.
Enjoy the superb views to Barren's Beach, Four Mile Beach, Culham Inlet and beyond.
Barrens Beach is a sheltered swimming beach and interpretive hub with excellent information about the parks values – a must see on your first visit to the park.
Get a birds-eye view of the park’s stunning coast from a lookout on the edge of the sea cliffs at Cave Point.
East Mount Barren is a rugged quartzite peak perched on the edge of the Southern Ocean that offers magnificent views of the park.
East Mylies is along, scenic beach that offers good fishing and whale watching.
Four Mile Beach is a great little spot to enjoy a picnic, take a stroll or try your hand at beach fishing.
Hamersley Beach is a beautiful beach in picturesque surrounds.
This drive will take you to all the main recreation sites in the south-eastern corner of the park.
A great little walk for wildflower enthusiasts to a lookout with 360-degree views of the park.
Limestone cliffs and a winding creek at this sheltered picnic spot offer a different experience for park visitors.
No Tree Hill is a popular walk during the wildflower season that offers views across the Phillips River valley to the Eyre Range.
Point Ann is easily the best and most picturesque whale-watching site on the Fitzgerald coast.
Sepulcralis Hill is a small inland hill with sweeping views and intriguing plants.
Twertup is located within the north-west sector of the Fitzgerald River National Park about 50 km south east of Jerramungup. Overlooking a wide valley, the site includes an old spongolite quarry, a Field Studies Centre and a number of walk trails.
Enjoy sensational views of the park and Fitzgerald coast from West Mount Barren.
Whalebone Beach is a remote, scenic beach sometimes used for fishing.