Gloucester National Park


Gloucester National Park

Gloucester is a national park in Western Australia (Australia), 281 km south of Perth and about 3km from Pemberton, Western Australia.

This park contains the Gloucester Tree, Western Australia's most famous karri tree. Visitors can climb up to a viewing platform 61 metres above the ground, using the climbing pegs inserted into the tree.

Another popular attraction in the park is The Cascades, a cascade waterfall in Lefroy Brook.

Fact sheet

*"Area:" 9 km²
*"Coordinates": coord|34|26|40|S|116|03|31|E|type:landmark_region:AU
*"Date of establishment:" 1993
*"Managing authorities:" Department of Conservation and Land Management
*"IUCN category:" II

ee also

* Protected areas of Western Australia

External links

* [http://www.naturebase.net/component/option,com_hotproperty/task,view/id,88/ Gloucester National Park] - Department of Environment and Conservation


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