The national parks of Western Australia’s Coral Coast boast an incredibly diverse array of plants and wildflowers, native animals and breathtaking landscapes.
You can enjoy, admire and learn about these unique natural environments by taking a hike through rugged gorges, snorkelling in lagoons or just lazing on white sandy beaches. Camp sites for some parks can be booked at Parks and Wildlife website . This guarantees a great campsite in a range of incredible locations.
Visitor fees apply at National Parks in the Coral Coast region, including Cape Range, Francois Peron, Kalbarri, Lesueur, and Nambung (Pinnacles) National Parks. A range of National Park passes are available from Parks and Wildlife. ‘Park e-Passes’ can be bought online. Park passes are also available at a range of outlets including Parks and Wildlife Service offices and selected visitor centres.
Buying a National Park Pass
A range of National Park passes are available to buy online in advance from Parks and Wildlife
Day Pass - This pass covers entry into one or more parks on any one day. Passes are available at park entry points. In some parks, a system of self-registration applies. Fees: Vehicle with up to 12 occupants - $15/vehicle, with up to 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour - $8/vehicle for concession card holders - $8/motorcycle
Holiday Park Pass - This pass entitles entry to as many parks as you wish for any four-week period. Fee: $60/vehicle (up to 12 people), $40/vehicle for 14 days, $25/vehicle for 5 days
Annual All Park Pass - This pass entitles you to unlimited access to all parks in WA for one year. Valid for one vehicle, with up to 12 legally seated people. Fee: $120 or $75 for concession card holders. Cards must be sighted.
Park passes do not include camping. Separate fees apply. For more information on park passes visit Parks and Wildlife website or contact on +61 8 9219 9000
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To help preserve the unique natural environments of Western Australia’s Coral Coast for future generations, please stay on the walk trails and take all your rubbish with you. Many parks are managed by Parks and Wildlife and a variety of facilities have been provided for the enjoyment of visitors.
For more information about the national parks of Western Australia’s Coral Coast visit Parks and Wildlife website.