Smart mapping for Fitzgerald River National Park

The beautiful Fitzgerald River National Park on WA’s southern coast between Albany and Esperance is the latest to be mapped in the Smart Park Maps series.

The maps are designed to make it easier to navigate, using built-in GPS on smartphone or tablet to plot real time location. Providing the maps are downloaded while there is an Internet connection, they can be used in the parks without a network connection and without roaming charges.

The Smart Park Maps provide information on access, park facilities, trails and other features and attractions.

Fitzgerald River National Park | credit: Tourism Western Australia

This mapping initiative is sponsored by BHP and is delivered by the WA Parks Foundation in partnership with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.

The Fitzgerald River National Park is one of the larger national parks in Western Australia. It has 330,000 hectares of wilderness located on one of the most magnificent stretches of Australian coast.

Access to the park is available via Hopetoun on Hamersley Drive which is a sealed road from Hopetoun right through to the Hamersley Inlet.

The park is one of the most flora and fauna rich conservation areas in Western Australia, recognised globally for its natural diversity. It has approximately 20% of the State’s described plant species, 22 mammal species, 41 reptile species, and more than 200 bird species, some very rare.

The untouched wilderness is ideal for anyone with a passion for nature and adventure. You can go bushwalking, whale-watching, wildflower spotting, camping, canoeing and fishing.

Coastal scenery looking west across Quoin Head, Fitzgerald River National Park | credit: Parks and Wildlife Service, DBCA

Download Maps

To view the maps, download the free Avenza Maps app to your tablet or smartphone via

Then visit the Avenza map store to download your maps.

Click here to go directly to our Smart Park Maps.