National park passes

National park passes are required for entry to the national parks of Western Australia's Golden Outback. A range of passes are available to suit your holiday requirements.

Day Pass

This pass covers entry into one or more parks on any one day. Passes are available from rangers within the parks. In some parks, a system of self-registration applies.

Fees: $12 per car (up to 12 legally seated people), $6 per motorcycle, $5.50 per passenger on commercial tour vehicles and buses.

Holiday Park Pass

If you are on holiday and want to visit a number of national parks, this pass entitles you to as many visits to as many parks as you wish for any four-week period.

Fees: $44 per vehicle (up to 12 legally seated people)

Annual All Parks Pass

This pass entitles you to visit any park throughout Western Australia as many times as you wish for a period of 12 months.

Fees: $88 per vehicle (up to 12 people)

Travelling with pets

Please note that dogs and cats cannot be taken into any of Western Australia's national parks and nature reserves. Some caravan parks do not accept pets either. Be sure to contact caravan parks in advance to search for pet-friendly accommodation.

For further information regarding national park passes, call The Department of Parks and Wildlife on (08) 9219 9000, visit www.parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au or email info@dpaw.wa.gov.au

 

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