Parks with Snorkelling
The Pilbara Inshore Islands are important breeding and resting places for migratory and resident shorebirds and seabirds, and marine turtles.
Three biologically important areas of Perth’s beautiful Swan River collectively make up the Swan Estuary Marine Park.
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.
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.
Explore a stunning natural island and its penguin inhabitants just 700 metres offshore from Mersey Point in Rockingham.
This picturesque limestone island, which is only a short boat ride from Fremantle, is a popular destination for commercial boat tours, which bring visitors to view the local sea lions.
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.
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.
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.