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Fitzgerald National Park Mt Barren Top
Australia

Mt Barren is definitely at the top of the list of the most spectacular mountains in the South of Western Australia. Although most of Europeans (including myself) would most likely classify it as a hill rather than a mountain, its South-East face somewhat reminds me of Provence in Southern France, or Northern Italy.

Its upper section spiked with sharp rocks, together with wonderful views to the coast and the rest of the National Park, make it a must-see destination if you visit this part of the state.

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Tags: fitzgerald; national park; mt barren; beach; rocks; mountain; south coast; hopetoun; western australia; wa; oz; outdoors; bush; 4wd; judkowiak
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