Park Guide now live

A wonderful guide to more than 900 parks, sites and campgrounds in Western Australia can now be viewed on the WA Parks Foundation website.

The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway on the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock in the Porongurup Range.

The availability of this comprehensive database has been made possible through an agreement between the WA Parks Foundation, the Parks and Wildlife division of the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) and Scoop Digital.

The information in the guide is from DBCA’s comprehensive and regularly updated database on the Explore Parks WA website and is delivered via localista – Scoop’s online lifestyle and travel network.  It includes images, videos and interactive mapping.

Once the nerve centre of a former cattle station, the Walarra mindi (Mount Hart) Wilderness Homestead is on the bank of the Barker River and is surrounded by lush gardens.

‘We’re delighted to have this opportunity to partner with DBCA and Scoop Digital to add value for visitors to our website,’ said the Hon Kerry Sanderson AC  CVO, WA Parks Foundation Chair.

‘Encouraging people to experience the wonders of WA’s parks and reserves is one of the main roles of the WA Parks Foundation.

‘Providing the parks database on our website will help promote the opportunities and make the information accessible.

The Discover Our Parks Information can be viewed here.