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All reviews point ann whale watching gravel road heavy rain proof fence rabbit day trip easy access great facilities south coast beautiful scenery beautiful area white sand wheel drive special place mother and calf worst road
The Fitzgerald is absolutely stunning, mountain ranges, coastal scenery, river inlets and some of the most amazing and diverse wildflowers to be found on the planet. The whale watching at Point Ann is incredible......do yourself a favour and visit this place in Spring.
Lovely drive in mid September with loads of wildflowers and great variety. We didn’t have luck with fishing but the whale watching was excellent. The dirt roads are in good condition at present. Point Ann has wonderful facilities with some wheelchair friendly paths, picnic areas,...More
Drove from Bremer Bay to Point Ann. Some sealed and unsealed roads but well maintained and ok for all types of vehicles.
$13 entry fee (less for concession holders) - pay via credit card or cash (placed in an envelope) at entry point.
There is a raw beauty in this National Park that I’ve never seen anywhere else. It feels so remote and peaceful, such an incredible getaway.
The roads are gravel/corrugated but fine in a 2WD. Maybe should avoid in heavy rain.
Point Ann is REALLY worth...More
We camped at point Ann on a very windy day and we were well protected in camp site. Toilet block clean for Bush camping. Best of all we saw whales and calves. How is that. Area viewing areas are fantastic. Go WA for great facilities
We're accustomed to beautiful Australian national parks but this is my favourite. Absolutely stunning and lots of fauna due to remoteness. Self registration is easy as is 2WD access from Hopetoun. Access via the highway was too choppy despite it being marked as a 2WD...More
A good family hike for older kids/teenagers. Beautiful views from the summit overlooking the coast and the National Park. We combined this with a swim at Point Ann which was a beautiful bay with good infrastructure for picnics and newly constructed areas for viewing. We...More
Response from Wanderlustz123 | Reviewed this property |
Hi apologies for late reply - the road from Hopetoun to Four Mile is sealed so you'll have no trouble. You can't book the site online - it's $8 per person per day based on you paying when you arrive. You leave your receipt... More
Hi apologies for late reply - the road from Hopetoun to Four Mile is sealed so you'll have no trouble. You can't book the site online - it's $8 per person per day based on you paying when you arrive. You leave your receipt clipped at your parking bay as the ranger inspects these. If you aren't already aware, there is no water at the park so you need to bring enough to drink and fill your campervan water tank depending on the length of your stay. There is a private caravan park in Hopetoun which may let you access their shower facilities for a small charge as there's no showers in the national park. Weather looks a bit wet and fresh for early October so best to be prepared.
I don't think you will get through with a caravan the road is not direct to Bremer Bay it comes out on the Ravensthorpe /Jerramungup Road give the Ranger a ring 0898383060 he will advise you of road conditions .