MOUNT ROE

 

Rufous Tree Creeper

 

GPS 34 41 24 S 116 47 23 E

 

 

 

Pets prohibited Sight seeing area Walk trails

 

 

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This park is part of the Walpole Wilderness Area and was established in 2004. Main access to the park is from the town of Rocky Gully.

Mount Roe was named by Dr. Thomas Wilson in 1829 after the Surveyor General of Western Australia John Septimus Roe.

Phytopthora cinnamoni (a fungus that causes jarrah Dieback) is present in this area and threatens to severely damage the local ecosystems. Access to the area is restricted and there are currently no visitor facilities.

** Note: The title 'mountain' or 'mount' given to various features in Western Australia can be a bit misleading. No hill or mount in W.A. is higher than 1251 metres so expecting mountains such as those encountered in Europe or Asia may lead to some disappointment.

 

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