What is a Smart Park Map?

Smart Park Maps make it easier to navigate!  The maps use the built-in GPS on your smartphone or tablet to plot your real-time location onto the Smart Park Map. This can be done without a network connection and without roaming charges. To get started, simply download the free Avenza Map app and then visit the map store to download your maps!

Fitzgerald River National Park

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

There are two maps available:

  • Fitzgerald River National Park – Park Overview
  • Fitzgerald River National Park – Eastern recreation area (Hamersley Drive access)

Download

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.

Coastal scenery looking west across Quoin Head, in Fitzgerald River National Park | credit: Tourism WA

Why visit Fitzgerald River?

Fitzgerald River National Park is one the largest and most botanically significant national parks in Australia. Within the park are found nearly 20 percent of Western Australia’s flora species, many of which occur only within its boundaries.

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. You may also see endangered native animals like the Dibbler, a small marsupial which has recently been rediscovered in the park.

 

Banner image: Quoin Head, Fitzgerald River National Park | credit: Parks and Wildlife Service