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Karda campground. Photo - DBCA
Karda campground. Photo - DBCA

New campgrounds and walk trails for Turquoise Coast

Western Australians can now enjoy new campgrounds in the heart of wildflower country along the State's stunning Turquoise Coast.

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DBCA News

Joint media statement - World Heritage Tentative listing celebrated on-country

Traditional owners leading the Murujuga Cultural Landscape World Heritage nomination process are today celebrating the Tentative Listing of the world's largest concentration of

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New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site
New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site

New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site

Visitors to Murujuga National Park now have improved access to viewing culturally significant rock art with a new walking trail and signage.

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DBCA News

Market-led nature-based tourism opportunities to be explored

The State Government is inviting proposals for new tourism attractions, experiences and concepts for Western Australia's national and marine parks and conservation reserves, as part of the State's COVID-19 recovery. 

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DBCA News

Carbon for Conservation to deliver new opportunities for WA

The McGowan Government is calling on the private sector to propose carbon farming concepts and solutions for Western Australia's national parks and reserves, as part of its COVID-19 economic stimulus and recovery plan.

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Woonbalu vessel, North Kimberley Marine Park
Woonbalu vessel, North Kimberley Marine Park

New patrol vessel for the North Kimberley Marine Park

Kimberley marine parks are set to benefit from the arrival of a new, patrol vessel.

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DBCA News

Name announced for proposed Bunbury regional park

A name has been identified for a proposed regional park in the greater Bunbury region, which is being created as part of the McGowan Government's Plan for Our Parks initiative.

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DBCA News

Development in Collie continues with new tender released

Visitors to the Collie area will soon benefit from a new suspension bridge offering spectacular views up and down the Collie River Valley.

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DBCA News

WA Recovery Plan injects $150 million into State’s tourism industry

The McGowan Government has made an $150 million tourism package investment to support Western Australia's tourism sector as it responds to the impacts of COVID-19, as part of the WA Recovery Plan.

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The ILUA celebration.
The ILUA celebration.

Historic agreement paves way for Ningaloo joint management

The Ningaloo Coast will be jointly managed between traditional owners and the State Government, following the historic signing of an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA).

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