You want to visit Australia’s west coast but don’t know which national park is worth a visit. In this article, I propose the 5 must-see parks of Western Australia. Don’t forget during your stay!
The unmissable parks of Western Australia
Cape Le Grand National Park: paradise beaches and kangaroos
Let’s start from the south with one of my favourites in Western Australia: Cape Le Grand National Park.
You’ve probably already seen this well-known photo of an Australian beach with whiter sand than ever before and water so blue it looks unreal. All with some kangaroos leaping out of nowhere or quietly lying on the sand basking in the pill. Yes, yes, you’ve arrived at Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand’s must-see national park beach.
Nambung National Park and the Pinnacles Desert
Kalbarri National Park, between gorges and cliffs
Cape Range National Park – Ningaloo Reef
Karijini National Park: the oasis of Western Australia
How much does it cost to enter WA National Parks?
Prices for campsites in national parks
|No facilities or only basic (dry toilets)||AUD $8|
|With facilities such as: shower, toilet, basic|
kitchen, picnic tables.