Provides detailed lists of all the things you need to consider or take with you when you go camping. Create customised lists, that you can share with your firends, by adding or deleting items. Packed with information about camping in WA such as where and when to camp, types of camping and staying safe. It also provides other sources of information to help make your next camping adventure even better.
Use this app to distinguish between cane toads and native frogs. Cane toads are poisonous and native frog-eating predators may die if they eat one. When people see cane toads they may try to catch or kill them. Unfortunately many native frogs get mistaken for cane toads and are also killed. Use this app to help answer the question; is it a cane toad or a native frog?
Commercial Operators licensed by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions are required to complete a docket when entering a park or attraction where fee’s apply. This application allows the operator, driver or tour leader to specify operator details and passenger numbers to be charged by either credit card or invoice without the need to complete and submit a paper docket.
Dolphin Watch is designed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to record sightings of the resident Swan and Canning Riverpark dolphins. People who are trained Dolphin Watchers can perform surveys of the rivers and contribute that information to Curtin and Murdoch University. Murdoch and Curtin Universities research into Perth's Swan River dolphin community is investigating how environmental changes in the river and human activities can affect the dolphin community.
Discover Western Australia’s 13 marine parks, from Camden Sound in the Kimberley, to Walpole in the south. The app provides comprehensive information about each park, along with 72 marine wildlife species. A Where am I? function allows park users can see which marine park zone they are in and what activities they can enjoy in each area, including fishing, even when offline or out of mobile phone range.
Find the parks nearest you, with the activities you want to do and facilities available. This application provides the most up to date information from the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions's database. No internet connection is required to use this application once downloaded into your device. It checks for data updates to make sure it is providing most current information about our parks to the visitors.
Keep up to date with alerts in WA’s national parks provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. This one-stop app will help you to stay alert and aware of bushfires, park and road closures as well as active prescribed burns. The app also includes alerts from the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES).
A field guide and identification tool for the 167 threatened and priority flora known from the Pilbara bioregion, including species not yet recorded but likely to be found in the region. It covers those that have been scientifically named, and yet to be named taxa listed on the Census of Western Australian Plants under phrase names. All species currently listed as conservation taxa by the department are included.
A window to an Aboriginal Australian culture: the culture of the Nyoongar, the traditional custodians of Australia’s South-West. Listen to Dreamtime stories, illustrated by images of paintings in the local style. Discover the meanings of symbols used in those, and other, traditional paintings. Hear and learn Nyoongar words and their English language translations. See the six Nyoongar seasons of the year.
Puts the trails of WA in your pocket. You can search for trails near you, filter your search by regions of WA, trail type, trail experience, time, difficulty and also by dog friendly and wheelchair accessible trails. You can also search only for Top Trails – those voted as the best of the best trails in WA. The TrailsWA app is a partnership between TrailsWA and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.
The app is designed as an additional resource for the Wildcare Helpline, a telephone referral service operated by volunteers. Within the app you will find information about what to do if you find native animals including birds, snakes and mammals. You will also find links and phone numbers to assist in dealing with cane toads, stranded whales and dolphins, and becoming a volunteer.