Which parks have entry fees?

Region

Parks with entry fees

North West

Karijini, Millstream Chichester, Mirima, Purnululu (Bungle Bungle), Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge national parks and King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park

Coral Coast

Cape Range, Francois Peron, Kalbarri, Lesueur, and Nambung (Pinnacles) national parks

Around Perth

Avon Valley, John Forrest, Serpentine, Walyunga and Yanchep national parks and Lane Poole Reserve

Golden Outback

Cape Arid, Cape Le Grand and Stokes national parks

South West

D’Entrecasteaux, Fitzgerald River, Gloucester, Greater Beedelup, Porongurup, Shannon, Stirling Range, Torndirrup, Warren, and West Cape Howe  national parks and Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve


How much are the fees?

  Standard fee Concession fee
Vehicle with up to 12 occupants $13 per vehicle $7 per vehicle
Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour $6 per occupant 6 years or older $2 per occupant
Motorcycle $7 per motorcycle

no concession

  • Fees provide entry to one or more parks on the same day. (There is one exception. If you enter both Yanchep and Nambung national parks on the same day in a private vehicle with more than 12 occupants, another entry fee is payable and should be paid on entry to the second of these parks.)
  • Fees should be paid when entering a park 
  • No entry fee applies if you walk or cycle into a park.
  • All prices include GST.
  • You can upgrade to a Holiday Pass or any one of the annual park passes by taking a Day Entry Pass or park entry fee receipt to a Parks and Wildlife Service office within seven days. The value of the entry fee will be deducted from the cost of the pass.

Payment methods

How you pay entry fees depends on the location.

Entry station. Pay an attendant at the entry station by cash or card.  Some locations do not have an electronic payment facility and payment will be by cash only. If there is no-one present to collect your fees please follow the alternative payment instructions at the entry station.

Automated pay station. Payment can be made by card at automated stations.

Self-registration. Fees are placed in an envelope and deposited in a receptacle for collection by a park ranger.