National Parks in Western Australia

Western Australia is home to sixty fantastic National Parks across the state. Whether you are in the far north of WA, exploring our coral coast, or down in the southwest region there are heaps of parks to be explored and enjoyed.

Snorkelling in Wellington Dam at Wellington National Park
Snorkelling in the dam at Wellington National Park

These national parks are great for such activities as hiking, camping, bird watching, wildflower trails, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkelling, fishing, boating, water skiing…the list goes on and on.

For more information on a national park, select from the list below:

Flowers at Lesueur National Park
Lesueur National Park (Jurien)
Fern Pool at Karijini National Park Western Australia
Karijini National Park (Pilbara)
From of the wetlands from the picnic area at Yanchep National Park
Yanchep National Park (Perth)
Cape Range National Park Exmouth Western Australia
Cape Range National Park (Exmouth)
Glassed out conditions on Wellington Dam
Wellington National Park (Collie)
The Pinnacles in Cervantes
Nambung National Park (Cervantes)
Natures window at Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri National Park (Western Australia)
Large kangaroo at John Forrest Tavern
John Forrest National Park (Perth)

WA National Park Explorer

Alternatively, if you can’t find the park you’re looking for head over to the Park Explorer on Parks and Wildlife Service.

National Parks outside of WA

Amazing forest within Litchfield National Park
Litchfield National Park (Northern Territory)
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