Geikie Gorge National Park

Address: King Leopold Ranges WA 6728 Phone: (08) 9195 5500 Geikie Gorge National Park is 20 kilometres (20 minutes) from Fitzroy Crossing (nearest town) and 280 kilometres from Derby. In Western Australia’ s far north Kimberley Region, the flood waters of the Fitzroy River have carved the 30-metre-deep Geikie Gorge through the limestone at the junction of the Oscar and Geikie Ranges. During the wet season, the Fitzroy River rises…

Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park lies 10 kilometres from Denham, 340 kilometres from Carnarvon and 410 kilometres from Geraldton. Named after the French zoologist who accompanied the Nicolas Baudin scientific expedition to southern and western Australia in 1801, the Francois Peron National Park covers some 52,500 hectares at the northern extreme of the Peron Peninsula. Under the care of the Department of Conservation and Land Management, this area has become one…

Fitzgerald River National Park

Address: Western Australia Phone: (08) 9842 4500 The Fitzgerald River National Park is situated half way between Albany (180km) and Esperance (app. 350km), and 540km from Perth. It is one of Australia’s largest National Parks, an UNESCO recognized Biosphere Reserve with an extremely diverse Flora and Fauna, spectacular bays and beaches, rugged mountain ranges and beautiful rivers – still a very unspoiled Nature Lovers Paradise, a true Wilderness. Besides the…

Drysdale River National Park

About 150 km west of Wyndham and 100 km south of Kalumburu. Drysdale River National Park covers an area of 448 264 hectares in the far-north wilderness of Western Australia. It features open woodlands, the broad waters of the Drysdale River, pools, creeks and rugged cliffs and gorges. There are major waterfalls at Morgan Falls and Solea Falls and many smaller falls elsewhere. There are no visitor facilities and no…

Drovers Cave National Park

Address: Jurien Bay WA 6516 Drovers Cave National Park is covers 2,681 hectares. It is located six kilometres east of Jurien; two-hundred and fifty-five kilometres north of Perth and two-hundred and forty kilometres south of Geraldton. The park can be described as rough limestone country with numerous caves. All entrances to caves however are locked for public safety and to prevent vandalism. Vegetation consists of Banksia woodland with a thick…

D’Entrecasteaux National Park

The park stretches for 130 km from Black Point, 35 km east of Augusta, to Long Point 10 km west of Walpole, extending inland for between five and 20 km. It lies 8 km from Northcliffe and 40 km from Pemberton. Qualities of remoteness and pristine natural beauty are features of D’Entrecasteaux National Park (pronounced don-truh-cast-oh, with slight stress on the last syllable). Spectacular coastal cliffs, beaches, mobile sand dunes,…

Collier Range National Park

Collier Range National Park is a national park in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 878 km northeast of Perth. The nearest major town to the park is Newman located about 166 km north near Kumarina.

Cape Range National Park

Address: Yardie Creek Rd, Cape Range National Park WA 6707 Phone: (08) 9949 2808 Lying predominantly on the western side of North-West Cape Peninsula, Cape Range National Park protects an area of 50 581 hectares. The northern boundary of the park is 39 kilometres from Exmouth by road, and the southern boundary is 70 kilometres north of Coral Bay. If you want to enjoy spectacular rocky gorges, carved by ancient…

Cape Le Grand National Park

Address: Via Cape Le Grand Road, Esperance WA 6450 Phone: (08) 9083 1555 30 km south-east of Esperance, 50 km by road. Approach via Fisheries Road, Merivale Road and Cape Le Grand Road. The route is well signposted from Fisheries Road. Wild coastal scenery, rugged granite peaks, and sweeping heathlands characterise Cape Le Grand National Park. Popular features in the park include attractive bays with wide sandy beaches set between…

Cape Arid National Park

120 km east of Esperance. Cape Arid National Park is a large (279 832 hectares) and exceptionally scenic park. With more than 160 bird species, it is an important park for the conservation of birds in Western Australia, and harbours a number of restricted and threatened species, as well as some interesting inland birds. The park lies at the eastern extremity of the South-Western botanical province and overlaps the boundary…