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Beyond the city skyline lays an untamed wilderness rich in red earth, roaring waterfalls and natural bushland.


Natures Window, Kalbarri National ParkKalbarri National Park

Red river gorges, vast coastal sea cliffs and rolling sand plains pepper this 183,000-hectare park, about 700 kilometres north of Perth and famous for its wildflowers. Get active and go canoeing, abseiling or trekking in the picturesque surrounds.


Stirling Range National Park

A rugged, mountainous landscape which is home to Bluff Knoll, the highest peak in the South West. As well as bushwalking and mountain climbing, this is a wildflower wonderland. This is also one of the few places in Western Australia where snow actually falls!


Yanchep National Park

One of Western Australia's oldest national parks is nestled in tuart and banksia woodlands, just one hour north of Perth. Rich in Aboriginal history and limestone caves, it's also home to a colony of koalas.


Walpole-Nornalup National Park

See magnificent buttressed red tingle trees in the Valley of the Giants along Western Australia's southern coast. Explore the canopy of these towering jewels along the Tree Top Walk which rises 38 metres above the forest.


Purnululu National Park
Purnululu National Park

This is where you'll find the breathtaking Bungle Bungle range in the East Kimberley. These World Heritage listed towering and extremely rare mounds with orange and black horizontal stripes are one of the most spectacular landforms on Earth.


D'entrecasteaux National Park

An untamed southern wilderness offering unparalleled natural beauty from towering coastal cliffs and sweeping ocean views to wild karri forest and soaring sand dunes. The fishing here is excellent.


Karijini National Park

A treasure trove of soaring red gorges and colossal waterfalls, this spectacular ancient landscape in the Pilbara is home to bats, rock wallabies, red kangaroos, echidnas, dragons and huge termite moulds.

Cape Le Grand National Park

This wild coastal landscape near Esperance features rugged granite cliffs, sweeping heath lands and untamed inland swamps. At 345 metres high, Mount Le Grand leads an impressive chain of granite and gneiss outcrops in the region.


Pinnacles Desert, Nambung National Park
Nambung National Park

Home of the mystical Pinnacles Desert, where thousands of limestone pillars rise up to 3.5 metres tall from the shifting yellow sands about a three hour drive north of Perth.


John Forrest National Park

One of Australia's oldest parks, this stunning area in the Perth Hills offers everything from thunderous waterfalls and gentle pools to rugged granite outcrops and spectacular vistas of the Swan Coastal plain.

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