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A moderately easy short walk to a lookout, 175 metres above sea level, in the East Fitzgerald National Park. The lookout offers views to the many peaks of the park.
Sepulcralis means "of the tomb" and the weeping gum found along this trail
About the region
Fitzgerald River National Park is one the largest and most botanically significant national parks in Australia. Within the park are found nearly 20 per cent of Western Australia's flora species, many of which occur only within its boundaries. The park features a tantalising variety of landscapes to explore from rolling plains, colourful breakaways, rugged peaks and headlands to stunning bays and inlets. During winter, southern right whales shelter close to shore with their newborn calves.
Located within Fitzgerald River National Park, there are a few access points for the Hakea Trail to break it up into sections. The easiest place to access the trail is Cave Point, which can be reached using the paved roads from the eastern entrance of the park.
Start Point: Hamersley Drive, East Fitzgerlald River National Park, 600km (7hours) south of Perth
End Point: Hamersley Drive, East Fitzgerlald River National Park, 600km (7hours) south of Perth
Region: East Fitzgerald National Park, Golden Outback
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.