National Parks


West Australia Albany - Mt Frankland National Park

The 30,830-hectare Mount Frankland National Park has a rich array of forest birds, from eagles to colourful fairy wrens and robins. Short walks in any part of the park should reveal at least 20 species at any time of the year.

The best times for bird watching in Mount Frankland National Park are spring and early summer, when birds are most active and often in full song. Although the park has never been fully surveyed for birds, more than 50 species are likely to occur here. Most reside in the area, but some arrive as spring migrants and others leave temporarily during the cold winter months.


50 km from Walpole. 30 minutes drive from Walpole

Further Information

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
Locked Bag 29,
Bentley Delivery Centre,
Bentley, WA 6102
ABN: 38 052 249 024

(08) 9219 9000


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