Park visitor guides
The information in park visitor guides, and the smaller fact sheets, usually covers the location, layout of the main features, a good map, Aboriginal and other cultural heritage, wildlife, geology, facilities, safety, caring for the park, camping details and recreational opportunities including walk trails.
Many people like to read through a park visitor guide before arriving so they can better appreciate its natural and cultural values and have more time to plan where to go and what to do.
We have a growing list of guides and fact sheets that can be viewed online and downloaded to computers, tablets and mobile phones. The list is divided into Western Australia's five tourism regions and more localised destinations.
Check out our list of Park visitor guides.
When you visit a park, we advise that you use the latest editions of park visitor guides and fact sheets or current edition road atlases and marine charts. You can download many of the park visitor guides and fact sheets from the list at Park visitor guides. There are also a small number of maps on this list. Printed copies of visitor guides are generally available free of charge at park entrances and the nearest Parks and Wildlife Service offices.
Avenza - Smartreka maps
Smartreka maps make it easier to navigate!
These maps use the built-in GPS on your smartphone or tablet to plot your real-time location onto the Smartreka map. This can be done without a network connection and without roaming charges.
To get started, simply download the free Avenza Map app and then visit the map store to download your maps.
The following parks are available to download with more coming soon.
- Francois Peron National Park
- Cape Range National Park
- Karijini National Park
- Cape Le Grand National Park
- Fitzgerald River National Park
- Stirling Range National Park
- Purnululu National Park
- Walyunga National Park
- Millstream Chichester National Park
- Mount Augustus National Park
- Kalbarri National Park
- D'Entrecasteaux National Park
Marine Parks app
Pack your bags, fire up your spirit of adventure and take off on an unforgettable nature-lovers’ odyssey from Perth to Exmouth.
Take four days or more to discover magnificent coastline and beautiful national parks with sensational campgrounds between Perth and Augusta.
Explore coastal lakes, inlets and woodlands and the forests of the Collie River Valley on a four-day, nature-based road trip.
This incredible stretch of coastline features clear blue water, stunning white beaches, wildlife and dramatic landscapes and is an experience with nature you’ll never forget.
Experience the thrill of the surging Southern Ocean directly beneath you on a 37m platform and walk through the canopy of the giant tingle tree forest. Take your time to enjoy the many attractions in the area and experience this land of contrast and beauty between Albany and Walpole.