The gift of membership at Christmas
With the summer holidays fast approaching, the WA Parks Foundation has introduced an attractive new membership package with extra benefits for added appeal.
With the support of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA), it continues to include a 50% discount on annual national parks passes.
The $30-$50 individual membership fee now offers a complimentary copy of Landscope Magazine, discounts to DBCA’s WA Naturally on-line gift shop and discounts to adventure treks and tours by organisations such as The Hike Collective, D’Guy Charters, Off-Road Adventures WA, Off The Beaten Track WA, Pemberton Discovery Tours, Perth Observatory, Gravity Discovery Centre, Mid-West Adventure tours, Margaret River Discovery Tours, Salt & Bush Eco Tours, Trek Ningaloo, and Transcend Trails.
In return, the WA Parks Foundation will cross promote businesses in the adventure and nature tourism industry through the Foundation’s own social media and communication channels.
Membership of the Foundation is also being promoted as a great Christmas gift idea.
WA Parks Foundation Chair, the Hon Kerry Sanderson AC CVO said building the WA Parks Foundation membership helped to encourage people to visit the State’s national parks and reserves.
“Growing our membership base through additional incentives also supports our efforts to raise much-needed funds for conservation projects as well as helping to promote and support regional businesses aligned with WA Parks Foundation values.
“Our mission is to connect people with the WA’s 31 million hectares of parks and, through collaboration, deliver projects that celebrate, increase understanding of and protect these wonderful natural assets for future generations,” Kerry Sanderson said. “We collaborate with others and are the official charity partner of the State’s national parks and other conservation reserves”.
“To be a member of the WA Parks Foundation and to give someone special the gift of membership you are helping conserve our precious parks and reserves with their diversity of flora and endangered fauna, including endemic species.”
For more details on membership and to subscribe to the WA Parks Foundation’s monthly newsletter, visit www.ourwaparks.org.au