Entry fees apply at a number of the most popular parks in Western Australia. They cover vehicle entry to one or more parks on the same day so you can visit more than one park on the same day and pay just one entry fee*.
The fee should be paid when you arrive at the park. Instructions for payment will be available at the park entrance.
- Entry fees do not apply if you walk or cycle into a park.
- All prices include GST.
- If you have a valid park pass, you do not need to pay park entry fees.
- You can upgrade to any one of the annual park passes or holiday passes by taking a Day Entry Pass or park entry fee receipt to a Parks and Wildlife Service office within seven days of the purchase. The value of the entry fee will be deducted from the cost of the pass.
*(There is one exception. If you enter Yanchep National Park or Nambung National Park, in a private vehicle with 13 or more occupants, an entry fee should be paid at each of these parks.)
Which parks have entry fees?
|Australia's South West||D'Entrecasteaux National Park|
|Australia's South West||Greater Beedelup National Park|
|Australia's South West||Torndirrup National Park|
|Australia's South West||Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve|
|Australia's South West||Warren National Park|
|Australia's South West||Shannon National Park|
|Australia's South West||Gloucester National Park|
|Australia's South West||Stirling Range National Park|
|Australia's South West||Porongurup National Park|
|Australia's South West||West Cape Howe National Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Edel Land National Park (proposed)|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Kalbarri National Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Cape Range National Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Monkey Mia Conservation Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Francois Peron National Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Nambung National Park|
|Australia's Coral Coast||Lesueur National Park|
|Australia's North West||Wunaamin Conservation Park|
|Australia's North West||Bandiln͟gan (Windjana Gorge) National Park|
|Australia's North West||Dimalurru (Tunnel Creek) National Park|
|Australia's North West||Millstream Chichester National Park|
|Australia's North West||Karijini National Park|
|Australia's North West||Mitchell River National Park|
|Australia's North West||Mirima National Park|
|Australia's North West||Purnululu National Park|
|Destination Perth||Yanchep National Park|
|Destination Perth||Walyunga National Park|
|Destination Perth||Avon Valley National Park|
|Destination Perth||John Forrest National Park|
|Destination Perth||Serpentine National Park|
|Destination Perth||Lane Poole Reserve|
|Australia's Golden Outback||Stokes National Park|
|Australia's Golden Outback||Cape Le Grand National Park|
|Australia's Golden Outback||Cape Arid National Park|
|Australia's Golden Outback||Fitzgerald River National Park|
How much are the fees?
|Standard vehicle (12 or fewer occupants)||$15.00 per vehicle||$8.00 per vehicle|
|Large vehicle (more than 12 occupants)||$7.00 per person||$2.50 per person|
How to pay
Buy a park pass. You can choose from a range of passes.
Park Stay WA campsite bookings
Pay your entry fee when you make an online campsite booking. For consecutive bookings in the same park, entry is payable for the first booking only.
At the park
When you arrive at a park with entry fees you may need to pay with either cash or card. If paying with cash, change may not be available.
Pay an attendant at the entry station by cash or card. Some locations do not have an electronic payment facility and payment will be by cash only.
If there is no-one present to collect your fees please follow the alternative payment instructions at the entry station. Change may not be available.
Automated pay station
Payment can be made by card at automated stations.
Fees are placed in an envelope and deposited in a receptacle for collection by a park ranger. Change will not be available.
Entry fees for campers
Where entry fees apply they are paid separately to camping fees. Camping fees are paid for each night but an entry fee only for the first day. Campers can leave and re-enter the park and pay no more entry fees during their stay.