Travellers to West Australian parks are sharing their pictures and stories to help showcase WA's amazing natural areas.

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Calling all explorers! If you're travelling around WA in the next 12 months, tell us your story and you could help us showcase our beautiful national parks and natural places. We are looking for travellers and holiday makers who are planning a visit to some of Western Australia's natural gems and are willing to share their journey via video and photos on social media and through our website and other media. We are looking for all types of travellers and holiday makers: backpackers, families, grey nomads, international, interstate, young couples, groups of friends - you get the idea.

Your trip can be one week or one year, we just want you to share the fantastic experiences, places and landscapes you encounter along the way. For the duration of your trip we will provide free entry to national parks, free camping, some support for fuel and camera gear (that you return!) to capture and share your experiences. You may even pick up rewards including glamping weekend trips and other camping–related goodies.  

Sound like you? While the first round of applications has closed, there will be another opportunity again soon - so stay tuned.

In the meantime, look out for posts, pics and video as they come in and we share them here on the explore parks website and to social media. To keep up with thier journeys and to see some great pics join us on social media.

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