Entry to many of our parks and to use most of the facilities provided is free of charge. Where fees do apply, funds go directly to conservation programs and to develop and maintain facilities.
Changes to a range of park entry, camping and attraction fees came into effect on 1 October 2013.
Concessions & fee waivers
Holders of the following Australian issued cards are entitled to concession rate fees:
- Seniors Card
- Age Pension
- Disability Support
- Disability Support (Blind)
- Carer Payment
- Carer Allowance
- Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA)
- Companion Card
No fee is payable for the accompanying companion/carer of a Companion Card holder.
Organised outings for disabled groups, aged and infirm groups or education and study groups accompanied by their carers may be eligible for an entry fee waiver. Contact us if you would like to apply for a fee waiver.
Aboriginal people are entitled to concession rate camping fees at campgrounds and are not required to pay a park entry fee when entering a park for the purpose of carrying out customary activities. (Search for 'customary activities' on our main website for more information.)
Holders of recreational fishing licences may enter a park at no charge if entering for the purpose of the licence.