Our region is renowned for its extensive National Parks, offering pristine and diverse natural landscapes with an array of nature, wildlife, and adventure experiences.
During the day, you can explore the parks and in the evening return to your accommodation or stay at one of the designated campgrounds for an authentic Australian bush encounter.
The coastal D’Entrecasteaux National Park showcases its stunning features, including limestone cliffs adorned with towering karri trees, volcanic rock formations, ever-shifting dune systems, and picturesque beaches.
Heading inland, Shannon, Warren, Beedelup, and Mount Frankland National Parks boast remarkable attractions such as immense climbing trees, scenic mountain lookouts, meandering rivers, enchanting waterfalls, and tranquil freshwater lakes. These parks are a part of one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots, making them a must-visit destination to witness their remarkable ecological richness.
Immerse yourself in the Southern Forests and Valleys’ National Parks, where untouched forests and diverse bushland await, providing unforgettable encounters with nature, wildlife, and thrilling adventures.