Parks and Wildlife Service
STAND 245 +246 +247 - Jim Webster Pavilion
Staying overnight in one of Western Australia’s magnificent national parks is about getting away from it all and connecting with nature.Visit Site
Parks are great places to relax, enjoy the company of family and friends and also for physical activity with plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, mountain biking, fishing or canoeing and kayaking.
From the southern forests to pristine beaches, the vast interior and the magnificent Kimberley, there is a camping experience just right for you.
Come and visit the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attraction’s Parks and Wildlife Service stand at site 245-247 in the Webster Pavilion to:
- check out our big screen display
- pick up a copy of the new WA national parks booklet and
- have all your questions about camping in national parks and booking campsites answered.
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