Parks and Wildlife design all new recreation sites and renovate existing places to provide access for people with disability wherever possible. We plan and manage for a range of experiences and access levels from highly developed and accessible, to remote areas with minimal visitor facilities and access modifications.
Our designers and land managers weigh up the level of accessibility against protection of the area and provide as much accessibility as possible without compromising the experience of the place or its natural or cultural values.
We have selected a number of parks and trails to help you access nature north and south of Perth. You can even visit some of the parks and trails from the comfort of your home on Google Street View.
You will find some helpful tips on planning your activity including park closures on this website. Park entry fees apply, with concessions at some of these places and funds go directly to conservation programs and developing and managing facilities.
Park passes offer value for money and convenience if you plan to visit a number of parks or over an extended period. The Annual All Parks Pass and Goldstar Pass are also available at a concession rate. Check to see if there is an Annual Local Park Pass available for your area. You can purchase park passes from our online shop, at Parks and Wildlife offices and selected retail outlets.
If you need to discuss any special requirements, please contact the local Parks and Wildlife Service office or the park directly before you leave home. Organised outings for groups with disability, aged or infirm accompanied by carers may be eligible to apply for an entry fee waiver.
Please also note that mobile reception should not be relied on in our parks and that you may not meet any staff during your visit.
We hope you enjoy your experience in nature.