Fitzgerald River National Park, on the southern coast of Western Australia, is home to 62 species of plant life that is found no where else in the world. It is currently undergoing redevelopment thanks to contributions made by the state and federal government to aid the conservation of the park. Currently much of the area is 4WD access only. Point Anne is one of the few 2WD accessible locations.
The park is most popular in spring when the hundreds of varieties of wild flowers bloom.
Point Ann is also next to St Mary River, which is accessible easily from a car park.