Requirements for rock climbing and abseiling in parks vary between locations and bookings or formal permission may be needed. Contact the local Parks and Wildlife Service office in advance to discuss your plans and any conditions which may apply.

The Climbers Association of WA code of conduct sets out standards relating to safety, the environment and access for all climbers in Western Australia.

For advice on preparing for activities in parks and reserves see Safety and Adventure activities.

Beelu National Park

A hidden gem nestled in the Perth Hills. Come for a picnic, a hike or bring your binoculars for a spot of birdwatching.

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Greenmount National Park

A rock-solid winner for rock climbers and abseilers. It’s mega for mountain bikers too. Bushwalks, wildlife and scenic views come as standard!

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Kalbarri National Park

Venture out onto the Kalbarri Skywalk for panoramic views of Murchison Gorge. We think you’ll agree the sky’s the limit! 

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Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Mother Nature is seriously showing off with gorgeous sunsets, beaches, peaceful forests, awesome surf-breaks, limestone caves and rugged coastlines.

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Wellington National Park

Spend your days relaxing, hiking, camping, swimming, kayaking, mountain biking – whatever your mood. 

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