Mount Cooke (Western Australia)
|Elevation||582 m (1,909 ft)|
|Prominence||582 m (1,909 ft)|
Mount Cooke, near Jarrahdale, Western Australia is the highest point on the Darling Scarp at 582 metres. It was named after William Ernest Cooke, Western Australia's first Government Astronomer, from 1896-1911.
Mount Cooke is well known for its walk track which is part of the Bibbulmun Track. The Bibbulmun walk track leads from a parking and picnic area, and goes thousands of metres through the Jarrah forest, coloured with a host of wildflowers in all seasons, to the summit of Mount Cooke.
- "Mount Cooke Walk". walkgps.com. Retrieved 2008-10-17.
- "Monadnocks Conservation Park - Perth Region Plant Biodiversity Project Jarrah Forest Reference Sites". Western Australia Local Government Association. December 2006. Archived from the original on 2008-07-21. Retrieved 2008-10-17.
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