WA National Park Pass; how to save 50% with RAC

Western Australia is home to over 100 National Parks, from the beautiful Purnululu in the Kimberley all the way down to Cape Le Grande near Esperance.

They include some of the most stunning places in the world; from pristine white sandy beaches with turquoise water to ancient gorges and waterfalls that will burn into your memory forever. The Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW) manage the national parks, and many of them require you to have a parks pass to enter.

Want to save 50% off your parks pass? You should, because they’re very expensive!

What does it cost to enter a National Park in WA?

Its $15 per vehicle to enter a National Park in WA, or $8 for concessions and motorbikes. This is a separate cost to camping fees.

However, you can also purchase a Holiday Pass which gives you access to all national parks for 4 weeks, at a cost of $60.

The next option is to purchase an Annual All Parks Pass, for $120 or $75 if you are a concession holder. Essentially, if you are going to visit a national park (or different ones) 8times or more in the same vehicle over a 12 month period, you are better off getting the Annual Pass.

You can find information on the passes, and buy them here – DPAW National Parks Pass

I’ll be honest, and say that I believe the cost of camping in DBCA sites, and the National Park passes is becoming a bit exorbitant, and would seriously encourage you to use the WA parks pass discount code via RAC.

The Bungle Bungle National park
The Bungle Bungle National park

Want 50% off National Park Passes?

Recently I found out you can get 50% off the Holiday pass, and the Annual All Parks Pass. That means you can get an Annual All Parks Pass for just $60. If you visit more than 4 National Parks a year, you are winning. 

On our 4WD trips we will often go through 3 or 4 National parks each time, so it makes sense to purchase the Annual Pass.

Le Grand Beach
Cape Le Grande National Park

If you are an RAC member, you get access to this straight away. If you aren’t, you can either take out insurance, roadside assist or pay $29 per year to become a member. If you do the latter and buy an Annual pass you still save money, and get access to a whole range of other discounts too.

To find out more about the 50% discount for the RAC parks pass, have a look at this – RAC National Park Passes.

What are the National parks like?

They say a picture says a thousand words, so I’ll leave you with some of the spectacular National Parks that we’ve been to in our travels.

Steep Point beaches
Steep Point
Collie River
Collie River, Wellington National Park
Karijini National Park
Fern Pool at Karijini National Park
Stokes National Park
Stokes National Park, west of Esperance
Francios Peron National Park
Francois Peron
Lucky Bay in Esperance
Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grande National Park
Enjoying the sunset at Thomas River
Cape Arid east of Esperance
Windjana Gorge
Windjana Gorge National Park
Mitchell Falls
Mitchell Falls National Park
Kimberley Bungle Bungles
Purnululu National Park

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