Fitzgerald River National Park is in the Goldfields-Esperance of Western Australia.
 Flora and fauna
The most botanically important regions in the state with 1,800 known plant species in the park and 62 found only in the park.
 Get in
Take the South Coast Hwy from either Albany or Esperance.
A fee of $11 per car is collected at each entrance gates
 Get around
The roads are graded gravel easily traversed without a 4WD. Some minor roads to remote areas are 4WD only. Occasionally roads may be closed if they have become flooded after wet weather.
- Whales - The bay at Point Ann is where migrating southern right whales calve around Jun-Oct. A viewing platform up on the point is will give you the best vantage point.
- Barren Range - The dominant feature in the landscape stretches along the coast for the length of the park. The range is not continuous and has three distinct peaks aptly named West, Mid and East Mt Barren. The unflattering name was given by Edward Eyre in 1841 on his near fateful journey from South Australia to Albany where he described it in journal as "wretched arid looking country". The range is composed of granite, gneiss and and some volcanic rock forced upwards by the earth movements.
- West Mt Barren - The highest peak on the range at 372m is reached by a road off Pabellup Dve. A track start at the carpark for a 2hr return easy hike to the top that allows unrivalled views.
- Mid Mt Barren - Not so easy to get to.
- East Mt Barren - Easy to get to
- Boating - You can launch at the boat ramp at Point Ann.
Drinking water is not available anywhere in the park
There are prescribed camp sites in the park. Only Point Ann and Four Mile Beach are accessible with a 2WD The campsites are only large enough to be suitable for tents or very small caravans.
- St Mary’s Inlet. Flat sites sheltered from the wind by the bushes. Gas BBQ and toilet. $9 per adult, per night.
While it might be tempting to drop you tent on the beach, camping rough outside of the prescribed camp sites or in parking lots is not permitted.
 Stay safe
 Get out
- Albany - An ex-whaling port now makes its fortune from taking people to look at them alive.
- Esperance - Arguably the best beaches in Australia.
- Stokes National Park - Next one along the coast.
- Hyden - A wave of a different sort.