Bluff Knoll is the highest peak of the Stirling Range in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is 1,099 metres above sea level and is one of only a few places to experience regular snowfalls in Western Australia.
Local Aboriginal people, from the Qaaniyan and Koreng groups (or tribes), called the mountain Pualaar Miial, meaning "great many-faced hill" or place of "many eyes". The Noongar people treat it with foreboding and prefer to avoid its rocky ridges, which are woven with tales of malevolent witches.
Sunset over Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park, WA - Journal
Our A5 journal is printed on 100% recycled paper using vegetable-based inks with a thick cover for extra protection and a luxurious feel.
The 40 pages inside are blank and printed onto an uncoated 200gsm 100% recycled paper stock, making this a versatile journal for writing, sketching or keeping a visual diary of your travels.
The back cover of the journal has a description of the location of the cover image and a short explanation about how we create our mixed media artworks.
All of our journals are designed and printed locally in Perth, Western Australia.