Parks and Wildlife Service (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions)

Hours: 8.00am-4.30pm

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

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