Porongurup National Park has one of the richest varieties of plants in Australia with more than 700 native species within the park's 2,621 hectares. With its diverse wildlife, tall karri and open jarrah forests, and massive granite domes, the park is a haven for birdwatchers, photographers and wildflower enthusiasts who are drawn by the sheer beauty of this place.
Porongurup was included in the National Heritage List on 4 August 2009.
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