Take 5 days and save.

Our new short-break park passes will make planning your next holiday even easier.

If you live in Perth, use your 5-day park pass for just $25 and give your visiting friends and family a taste of Western Australia’s unique nature experiences.

Explore the Swan River, beaches and coastal lakes and make day trips further afield. See kangaroos, koalas and birdlife up close. Book a cave tour or Aboriginal cultural experience at Yanchep National Park or try out a Trees Adventure tree-top ropes and zipline adventure in the park at Yanchep or in Lane Poole Reserve near Dwellingup.

Streams and waterfalls in the Perth hills run freely following rains through spring and wildflowers are usually at their best from September to November. Visit Walyunga and John Forrest and Avon Valley national parks to the northeast of the city or Serpentine National Park and Lane Poole Reserve further south.

A park pass is also the best value-for-money option for holidays whether you choose one of the new passes or an existing four-week or annual pass. They can all be purchased online at shop.dbca.wa.gov.au, or at Parks and Wildlife Service offices, selected tourism outlets and visitor centres.

Updated information on park passes, visitor fees, campgrounds and facilities is available at exploreparks.dbca.wa.gov.au/know/fees.

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