Mount Maxwell Lookout

3 min to 4 min

180 m

↑ 2 m
↓ -2 m

Easy track
Starting from the car park off Devil's Creek Road, Gairdner, this short return walk takes you to the summit of Mount Maxwell and back. Supposedly named after George Maxwell, this summit offers you a panoramic view of the coastal region to the west of Fitzgerald River National Park. Discovered by Maxwell himself, the Royal hakea is among the plant species you can observe here. If you come in spring, spectacular wildflowers will welcome you. Please clean the equipment and shoes off at the beginning and the end of the walk to protect trees from Phytophthora dieback. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed in the area. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
Map Notes Terrain Reviews Conditions More
Downloads GPX PDF

Some of the information and maps on this page was generated using data from the awesome © OpenStreetMap contributors.
Please see how you can embed some widgets, access data and other stuff to that might be helpful.