Featured attractions

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Walpole-Nornalup

Explore the ancient giant tingle forest of the Walpole Wilderness and take a walk in the tree tops 40m high above the ground.

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Kalbarri Skywalk

Kalbarri

Venture beyond the edge of a 100m drop for spectacular views over Kalbarri National Park.

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Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience

Monkey Mia

Daily dolphin viewing experiences are among one of the many activities you can do at Monkey Mia.

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Wellington Information Bay

Wellington

Stop here for park information when you arrive.

West Lewis Island

Dampier Archipelago

European and Aboriginal history can be seen on this island which is also great for fishing, snorkelling, swimming and camping.

Whalebone

Muiron Islands

This beautiful dive site on the western side of South Muiron Island has lots of swimthroughs and overhangs full of glass fish, which as their name suggests are completely transparent, and plenty of soft corals.

Wilderness Island

Wilderness Island offers accommodation and a range of fishing and sight-seeing opportunities.

Willowdale Picnic Area

This small picnic area, off the Wagerup-Willowdale Road has an arboretum to stroll through where many different trees have been identified and labelled.

Woodman Point Headland

A great area for swimming, cycling, bushwalking and kitesurfing. Shore-based fishing is also enjoyed at Woodman Point Headland.

Woody Island Nature Reserve

Woody Island

Woody Island is a unique nature reserve and the only island in the Recherche Archipelago with visitor facilities.

Woolgangie Rock

Goldfields Woodlands

Woolgangie Rock was modified as a catchment to provide water to steam locomotives. It is a site on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail and features ruins and information. 

Wreck Rock

Marmion

Wreck Rock has numerous crevices and overhangs with a diverse range of invertebrates. This is an excellent dive in eight metres.

Young River

Stokes

Young River is one of the main tributary rivers to flow into the Stokes Inlet and is popular with visitors for shore based activities. Young River is located east of the Rangers residence. Camping is not permitted.