Neerabup National Park

Nature is nearer than you think at Neerabup National Park.

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Penguin Island Conservation Park

Penguin Island is home to a colony of little penguins on the west coast.

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Rockingham Lakes Regional Park

With bushland, seasonal lakes and ocean, there’s something for everyone.

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Serpentine National Park

Fall for the beauty of Serpentine National Park, just an hour’s drive from Perth city.  

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Shoalwater Islands Marine Park

Learn about little penguins at the Discovery Centre on Penguin Island or get the biceps pumping on a kayak trail – you might just have a bottlenose dolphin swim along for the ride. Wicked wildlife experiences await.

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Swan Canning Riverpark

One of Perth’s most famous landmarks – the Swan and Canning rivers. It’s an incredible backdrop to the city of Perth with plenty of places to cycle, walk, swim, paddle, boat, fish...and see dolphins!

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Swan Estuary Marine Park

Enjoy three biologically important areas along Perth’s beautiful Swan River.

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The Spectacles

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The two walk trails at The Spectacles have great opportunities for bird watching. Interpretive signs explain the story of traditional life as told by a Nyoongar elder and there is a bird hide located in the wetlands.

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Thomson's Lake Nature Reserve

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Over 10,000 birds visit this internationally important wetland and nature reserve each year to feed before the lake dries out in the summer.

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Walyunga National Park

Nestled in the Perth Hills, this park is a great day out for picnics, hikes and canoeing. In this peaceful setting, you’ll stay a little longer at Walyunga!

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Wandoo National Park

Come and hide at Wandoo National Park!

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Woodman Point Regional Park

There’s a lot more to this place than meets the eye! History, bushwalks, swimming, snorkelling, cycling, diving, playgrounds, fishing, and your furry pet can come too!

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