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.
National Park Passes
A range of National Park passes are available from the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC).
Day Pass - This pass covers entry into one or more parks on any one day. Passes are available from rangers in the parks. In some parks, a system of self-registration applies. Fees: $11/car (up to eight legally seated people), $5/motorcycle, $4/passenger on commercial tour vehicles and buses.
Holiday Park Pass - This pass entitles entry to as many parks as you wish for any four-week period. Fee: $40/vehicle (up to eight people).
Annual All Park Pass - This pass entitles you to unlimited access to all parks in WA. Valid for one vehicle, with up to eight legally seated people. Fee: $80 or $50 for seniors, aged pensioners and veterans. Cards must be sighted. Park passes do not include camping. Separate fees apply.
For more information visit dec.wa.gov.au or contact DEC on +61 8 9219 8000.
Cervantes and Jurien Bay region
Alexander Morrison National Park
Badgingarra National Park
Drovers Cave National Park
Lesueur National Park
Nambung National Park
Stockyard Gully National Park
Tathra National Park
Coalseam Conservation Park
Kalbarri region Kalbarri National Park
Shark Bay region Francois Peron National Park Monkey Mia Reserve Shell Beach Conservation Park Hamelin Pool Nature Reserve
Carnarvon region Mt Augustus National Park Kennedy Range National Park
Ningaloo Reef region Cape Range National Park
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 the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and a variety of facilities have been provided for the enjoyment of visitors. In some areas, park passes are required and these can be purchased from DEC offices and some visitor centres.
For more informational about the national parks of Western Australia’s Coral Coast visit the Department of Environment and Conservation