Whether you're looking for somewhere to escape to for a week, or somewhere new to visit for the day, Western Australia's parks and reserves, with their unique jarrah, karri, wandoo and tuart forests, offer a host of options.

  • Forests are important for the conservation of many species, for example threatened mammals in the Upper Warren region and Dryandra Woodland.
  • In the forests there are places to camp, walk and picnic.
  • There are long rivers to canoe, small creeks to explore, dams to fish and the ghosts of old mill towns to investigate.
  • Walk the Bibbulmun Track through the south-west forests all the way from Kalamunda to Albany—one of the world's greatest long distance walk trails—if you have seven weeks to spare.
  • Mountain bike the long distance Munda Biddi Trail between Perth and Albany, traversing our beautiful forest areas.

Parks and State forest recreation sites

Visit DBCA's external Explore Parks website.

Bibbulmun Track

Munda Biddi Trail

Visitor Centres

The following links will open in DBCA's external Explore Parks website.