Presenter: Chrissy Morrissy
Air Date: 27 June 2021
Did you know that Fitzgerald River National Park has more wildlife than any other national park in the state? Chrissy takes a walk through the stunning park and pops into the quirky town of Hopetoun for some comfort food.
- The Fitzgerald River National Park is one of the larger national parks in Western Australia. It has 330,000 hectares of unspoiled wilderness located on the Australian coast.
- Access to the park is available via Hopetoun on Hamersley Drive, which is a sealed road from Hopetoun right through to the Hamersley Inlet.
- Within the park are found nearly 20 percent of Western Australia’s flora species.
- Hopetoun is open 7 days a week. Visitors can restock at the shops, and there is a huge choice of dining options.
- Hopetoun is located 30 minutes from Ravensthorpe.
- Food options include; Christine’s Kitchen, Shipwrecked Bakery, Simon’s Café Markets, the historic Port Hotel, and the General Store.
- Hopetoun is a family-friendly town, with a bouncy pillow, beachside/national park camping, fishing, hiking, clean, fresh air, sandboarding down the dunes, beach buggy.
- Visitors can take walking trails through the mountain ranges, including the East Mt Barren and Hakea Walk Trails.
For more information: https://www.ravensthorpe.wa.gov.au/