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Western Australia’s spectacular network of terrestrial and marine parks and reserves encompasses more than 31 million hectares, including three World Heritage areas,  and the greater south-western area of Western Australia is one of only 36 internationally recognised biodiversity hotspots.

The State’s national parks are admired worldwide for their spectacular scenery, wealth of plant and animal life, and the remarkable experiences they offer. Their unique biodiversity also makes them an important focus for tourism, conservation and interpretive projects.

There is always more to be done to celebrate, promote, protect and enrich these wonderful natural assets.  If you would like to donate to the work of the WA Parks Foundation to help achieve these aims, your contribution will be greatly appreciated. Click the “Support Our WA Parks” button for details.

John Forrest Nature Playground – a WA Parks Foundation, Chevron and DBCA project