Rare snowfall in Western Australia’s south

Rare snowfall in WA’s south:

July 2017 –  Hikers taking the 6km round-trip trek up to Bluff Knoll, in Western Australia’s Great Southern region, found the peak of the Stirling Range snow-capped on Sunday morning.

Bluff Knoll, the third highest peak in WA, stands 1095m (3592 ft) above sea level. It is one of the few places in the state where it can actually snow on the rare occasion.

Visitors built a snowman and even partook in the tradition of being photographed “in the buff on the bluff”.




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