Parks with Fishing
Perfect for relaxing beside the tranquil waters of the lake and river or for more active pursuits on a forest trail or on the water.
The spectacular turquoise waters of this park in Yawuru country on the doorstep of Broome are teeming with marine life and it is one of the shorebird wonders of the world.
Spectacular gorge famed for its sheer white and grey walls, abundant wildlife and awesome boat tours.
The Rowley Shoals Marine Park and nearby Mermaid Reef Commonwealth Marine Reserve are effectively ‘aquariums’ in the middle of the ocean with some of the best diving in Australia.
Dirk Hartog Island National Park, in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, has immense historical significance and offers great fishing, steep cliffs and secluded beaches.
Plunge into stunning Ningaloo Marine Park with colourful coral gardens and fish just a short snorkel from shore, or dive with gentle giants such as whale sharks and manta rays.
Hike through the rocky gorges of arid, rugged Cape Range in the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, and camp beachside adjacent to the vibrant, colourful Ningaloo Marine Park.
Millstream is an oasis in the desert nestled within the chocolate brown rocks of the Chichester Range dotted with spinifex and snappy gums.
The Dampier Archipelago is a chain of 42 coastal islands, islets and rocks, where divers may explore coral reefs, while other visitors swim or relax on the beach.