Looking for somewhere to go in the ‘great outdoors’? Do you, a family member or a friend have a disability or other accessibility needs?

In recognition of the International Day of People with Disability we have selected a number of parks and trails north and south of Perth to help you access nature in Western Australia.

We design all new recreation sites and renovate existing sites for people with disability wherever possible. Our designers and land managers weigh up the level of accessibility against protection of the area and provide as much accessibility as possible without compromising the experience, natural or cultural values.

We have also been working with Google to capture 360-degree imagery of some of WA’s parks and trails so that you can take a virtual tour before you leave home.

If you need to discuss any special requirements, please contact the local Parks and Wildlife Service office or the park directly.

Take a look at parks south of Perth, north of Perth and trails that will help you access nature and we hope you enjoy your experience.

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