Toolbrunup Peak

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Enjoy magnificent views from the summit of Mt Toolbrunup, the second highest peak in the Stirling Range. A good degree of fitness is required for this 4km return hike.

Toolbrunup Peak towers above the other western peaks, offering uninterrupted views in all directions. To get there you'll need to be fit and agile and prepared to scramble up some steep rocky sections of the trail.

Starting at the parking area and travelling through woodland, the trail mostly follows a creek and gets progressively steeper. Beyond the woodland, the trail rises over large boulders, loose rocks and steep scree leading to a saddle near the top of the south-west buttress. From here it’s a short, steep scramble to the top.

During spring, those who reach the upper slopes will be rewarded with beautiful mountain bells and southern cross flowers. 


  • Hiking
  • Photography


  • Walking trail - 4km return | grade 5 | 1/2 day
  • Car park

Important Information


  • Always do some research before heading out for your journey. Visit the local visitor information centre for the most up to date information.
  • Stay safe and get the most out of your visit by preparing for natural hazards and other outdoor risks. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of those in your care.
  • Wear suitable footwear and ensure to wear appropriate clothing to protect yourself from the elements when outside exploring.
  • Plan ahead and ensure to take enough food, fuel and water for your journey.
  • Always stay on the marked tracks where possible. Never climb fences, they are there for your own safety.
  • Please consider the environment, take your rubbish with you or place in the bins provided. We want to ensure these beautiful places are still here for our future generations to enjoy.
  • Ensure to let a responsible adult know of your plans and report back into them once you have finished exploring for the day.
  • National park fees may apply for national parks in Australia. Check the parks website for bookings and/ or further details.

Photo credits: Explore Parks WA | Bronwyn Wells

Content credits: Explore Parks WA

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