Stirling Range Retreat

Nestled against the majestic Stirling Ranges National Park with close access to Bluff Knoll, ridge walks, trails, native animals and abundant spring wildflowers and orchids, a retreat with all the facilities and accommodation/camping options to cater for every budget!

Previous finalists: Western Australian Tourism Awards; Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism. 

Post Location Phone Email Retreat Front Gate Location
8639 Chester Pass Rd, Amelup, WA 6338 Opposite Bluff Knoll Rd cnr Chester Pass Rd. Stirling Range National Park 08 9827 9229 34°18.959'S 118°11.594'E View on Google Maps

Bird Watching & Wildflowers

National Heritage Listed Stirling Range National Park is renowned internationally for highly diverse and prolific bird life as well as over 1500 species of wildflowers.

9am daily Hidden Treasures Orchid and Wildflower Bus Tours depart from Stirling Range Retreat’s office from 15th August to 31st October.

8am & 3pm daily Dawn and Dusk Bird Walks, led by Birdlife Australia volunteers depart the Retreat’s office in September and October. 100% of all bird activity tariffs are donated to Birdlife for the conservation of threatened species habitat.

Stirling Ridge Walk

An extreme extended Mountain Walk usually requiring a two night bivouac for experienced well prepared hikers.

Mountain Climbs

Mountain Top Elevations

Location Distance
Bluff Knoll 1094.97 metres 
Toolbrunup Peak 1052 metres
Mount Trio 856 metres
Mount Magog 856 metres
Mount Hassel 847 metres
Talyuberlup 783 metres
Ellen Peak  1012 metres

Stirling Ridge Walk

Stirling Ridge Walk