The Start of Bluff Knoll

Bluff Knoll is the highest point in the south-west of Western Australia and is situated in the Stirling Range. It is 1,095 m above sea level,[citation needed] and is one of the very few places that snow has been reported in Western Australia, with snow falling usually once a year. The most recent ‘heavy’ snow was recorded on October 6, 1992 when 20 cm of snow was recorded and light snow was seen down to the car-park (450 m above sea level)

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