Frank Hann National Park


Frank Hann National Park

Infobox_protected_area_of_Australia | name = Frank Hann National Park
iucn_category = II



caption =
locator_x = 52
locator_y = 158
nearest_town_or_city = Lake King
coordinates = coord|32|55|41|S|120|14|14|E|type:landmark_region:AU
area = 676 km²
established = 1970
visitation_num =
visitation_year =
managing_authorities = Department of Environment and Conservation
official_site = [http://www.naturebase.net/component/option,com_hotproperty/task,view/id,109/Itemid,755/ Naturebase]

Frank Hann National Park is a national park in Western Australia (Australia), located convert|428|km|mi|0|lk=on east-southeast of the capital, Perth in the Shire of Lake Grace. It was named for Frank Hann, an early explorer of the district. The park contains a wide array of flora, including seasonal wildflowers.

It was officially named on 30 October 1970. [Gazette WA | title = Naming of Reserve No. 27023 (Frank Hann National Park) | page = 1970:3357 | file = 1255/61 | date = 30 October 1970]

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ee also

* Protected areas of Western Australia


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