Take a few days and save.

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

Five-day and fourteen-day holiday passes are ideal for road trips or for basing yourself at a regional centre like Kalbarri and making your park visits from there.

It’s wildflower season right now and an ideal time to head north to Kalbarri National Park. Along the way visit Yanchep, Nambung (Pinnacles) and Lesueur national parks using your 5-day park pass for just $25.

  • Have a coffee or morning tea and see kangaroos, koalas and birdlife or take a cave tour at Yanchep National Park.
  • Stop in at Nambung National Park to see the Pinnacles and make sure you visit the Pinnacles Desert Discovery. Enjoy a beach walk and barbecue at Hangover Bay and check out the thrombolites at Lake Thetis.
  • Take a leisurely tour of Lesueur National Park, a biodiversity hotspot, on the one-way Lesueur Scenic Drive and stretch your legs at Drummonds or at Cockleshell Gully. Take one of the walk trails to really get amongst the wildflowers.
  • There is plenty to do at Kalbarri and it is best to stay in town and allow at least two days to explore the river gorge areas and coastal cliffs.

A park pass is 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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