The Pilbara Inshore Islands are important breeding and resting places for migratory and resident shorebirds and seabirds, and marine turtles.

The extraordinary seascape and Aboriginal culture of the 1,845,000ha North Kimberley Marine Park attracts tourists from around the globe.

The Swan Canning Riverpark and the iconic rivers at its heart are the centrepiece of Perth. Blessed with diverse and resilient ecosystems, the Swan and Canning rivers are a recreational playground and a source of vibrant commercial and tourism activity.

The Swan and Canning rivers are truly the heart of Perth, ensuring it is one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

This park features stunning karri forest, the Donnelly River and the historic One Tree Bridge.

The Ngari Cape Marine Park features underwater landscapes of breathtaking grandeur and is a great spot for all types of water-based fun.

Bushfire information: go to alerts for the latest infromation on bushfires affecting Nuytsland Nature Reserve and Cape Arid National Park.

Nuytsland Nature Reserve contains the 190km long and 80m high Baxter Cliffs - one of Australia's great scenic features and possibly the longest unbroken cliffs in the world.

Three biologically important areas of Perth’s beautiful Swan River collectively make up the Swan Estuary Marine Park.

Woodman Point Regional Park marks the northern most part of Cockburn Sound with a unique coastline and the most extensive stands of Rottnest cypress found anywhere on the mainland.

Beeliar Regional Park is a range of coastal wetlands containing an array of nature appreciation possibilities within the suburban confines of Perth.

Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is located on a thin peninsula, bounded on one side by the Indian Ocean and the Leschenault Estuary on the other.