DBCA works with, and on behalf of, the people of Western Australia to protect and conserve the state’s parks, wildlife, forests and other natural assets.

Individuals, volunteers, community groups, schools and businesses can all contribute to a vast range of important conservation programs across the State, such as campground hosting at some of our most popular parks during peak holiday periods, volunteering at the WA Herbarium, becoming volunteer rehabilitators of injured wildlife, or by becoming a community partner in major conservation initiatives.

The department runs environmental education programs for schools based on the Western Australian Curriculum as well as seasonal holiday and community activities.

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Parks and Wildlife Service runs volunteer projects across Western Australia including scientific research, community education and maintenance of the State's fauna and flora.