– Lat/Long: 34.37° S 118.25° E

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Bluff Knoll

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View from the Carpark, Bluff Knoll photo

Bluff Knoll

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Campsite view, Bluff Knoll photo

Bluff Knoll

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Out if the fire, Bluff Knoll photo

Bluff Knoll

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Stirling Range view from Summit, Bluff Knoll photo

Bluff Knoll

Photo credit: Anthony

  • Elevation: 1095 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: January, February, March, December
  • Convenient center: Porongorup

Bluff Knoll Climbing Notes


Having climbed Bluff almost 20 times, I have to agree - the cooler months (April - Oct) are way easier, especially given that the shade canopy was destroyed by fire a couple of years ago.
Once you hit approx 2/3rds up and you hit a sharp left . . the weather may change drastically. Please take note of this - this mountain has almost claimed my life twice in severe weather, she takes no prisoners on the final stretch when the weather is bad.
If you are in any way unsure or not a confident climber prepared to stay the night at the top . . be very mindful of changing conditions from 900m and up.
I can concur though . . . beware of Drop Bears.


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