Parks and Wildlife Service (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions)
The parks of Australia’s North West are some of the world’s most amazing untouched wilderness areas, giving you a real Australian outback experience. The region comprises two distinct areas of breath-taking natural beauty: the Kimberley and the Pilbara. The ancient landscapes of these destinations are a contrast of rugged ranges, stunning gorges, pristine sandy beaches and untouched islands and reefs. They’re also home to wildlife, birdlife and plant species you won’t find anywhere else on the planet. Purchase your Park Pass online or find out more about what type of passes you need and FAQ’s: Click here to visit our website
The Department of Parks and Wildlife protects and conserves the State’s natural environment on behalf of the people of Western Australia. Its key responsibilities include conserving biodiversity and managing the State’s national parks, marine parks and other reserves, which cover a total area of more than 27 million hectares.
The parks in the West Kimberley consist of: Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park, Yawuru Nagulagun / Roebuck Bay Marine Park, Yawuru Conservation Estate,Danggu Geikie Gorge,Wunaamin Conservation Park, Bandilngan (Windjana Gorge) National Park, Dimalurru (Tunnel Creek), Rowley Shoals Marine Park, Lalang-garram / Camden Sound Marine Park, Lalang-garram / Horizontal Falls Marine Park and North Lalang-garram Marine Park.
For more information please visit: www.dpaw.wa.gov.au or call 9195 5500.