How much are the fees?
Camping fees apply at most campgrounds in Western Australia's national parks and are charged 'per person per night'.
|Campground||Adult (16 years and older)||Concession||Child (6-15 years)|
With no facilities
With additional facilities such as ablutions, showers or shelters
With basic facilities such as toilets, picnic tables, barbecues or fire pits
In Bandilngan (Windjana Gorge National Park, Purnululu National Park or Wunaamin Conservation Park without facilities.
In Bandilngan (Windjana Gorge) National Park, Purnululu National Park or Wunaamin Conservation Park - with facilities (such as toilets, picnic tables, barbecues, ablutions, showers or shelters)
In Dirk Hartog Island National Park
*Camping fees do not apply for children aged 5 years and younger.
Park entry fees for campers
Where park entry fees apply they are paid separately to camping fees and only for the first day. Campers may leave and re-enter a park during their stay without paying further entry fees.
Park passes cover park entry only, camping fees are additional.
How can you pay camping fees?
For campgrounds with online bookings
Online bookings are available for some of the most popular campgrounds and the camping fees are paid by VISA or MasterCard when the booking is made. If park entry fees also apply, they can be paid at the same time as the booking, on arrival at the park, or by purchasing a park pass. For consecutive bookings in the same park, park entry is payable for the first booking only.
For other campgrounds
Instructions for paying camping fees are displayed at park entry and/or at campgrounds.
Park staff or volunteer campground hosts
If a member of park staff or volunteer campground host is present at the park entry or campground they may take payment, usually cash only.
Complete the details on a registration envelope, insert the cash, seal the envelope and deposit it in the receptacle provided. It will be collected by a park ranger.