Snowing in Western Australia – Bluff Knoll Winter Show

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It’s Snowing in Western Australia

Yep, it’s so cold right now in Western Australia it’s literally starting to snow.

About 5 hours drive South-East of Perth, it’s snowing on the mountain tops of the Stirling Range National Park. At Bluff Knoll to be exact.

Stirling Range National Park is where you’ll discover the only major mountain range with in the southern half of Western Australia.

Update: It’s snowing again! This video was shot at the top of Bluff Knoll Monday August 8th after another cold front swept the region.


Snowing in Western Australia – Tom Lievense and Amber Bennett dancing in the snow

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The rugged peaks of the mountain range extend up to 1000 metres above sea level, according to WA Parks and Wildlife.

The Facebook page, Bluff Knoll Cafe, shared these images on social media after a cold snap and low pressure weather system passed across the south coast of Western Australia.

Hikers Esther & Adam were there when right when the snow began to fall.



Snow at Bluff Knoll
Snow at Bluff Knoll

More about The Stirling Range National Park – Climbing Bluff Knoll

Exploring Bluff Knoll by Myra Peggy Rose
Exploring Bluff Knoll by Myra Peggy Rose

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