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Smart Park Maps
Although many of our national parks have little or no mobile reception, we recognise that in journey planning many people will use online information and mobile devices. Read more
Spring into Parks project
Connect with nature. It’s good for you and good for our parks. Read more
Swan Canning Riverpark River Journeys
The River Journeys Project is the development of a network of walking trails featuring 25 nodes or rest points located at key sites of environmental, historical and Aboriginal cultural significance. Read more
Revitalisation of John Forrest National Park
A gateway park and only thirty-five minutes from the centre of Perth, John Forrest offers a natural bushland experience with undulating hills, granite outcrops, seasonal waterfalls and more than 500 varieties of wildflowers. Read more
Endowed with rich Aboriginal mythology, tree-filled valleys and the cooling waters of the Swan River, Walyunga National Park is a popular picnic destination and an ideal spot to watch the annual white water event, the Avon Descent. Read more
If you love walking in nature, but you’re not the type to lug all your gear on your back, eat baked beans for dinner and sleep o…
Exercise doesn’t have to be boring! If you're ready to shake up your routine and get active in @ourwaparks, @treesadventure offe…
Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 🏕️
Camping is one of Australia's most loved ways to holiday and with so many sensational pla…
Your safety is the most important thing when you go exploring in @ourwaparks.
‘Emergency +’ is a national app develope…
Whale, whale, whale, it’s that time of year again. 🐋
From January to early April, one of the largest known pods of orc…
Swimming into the new year… 💦☀️
Thank you for your support of @ourwaparks and our national and marine parks in 201…
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