Camping fees are charged per person per night and also apply to those staying overnight in sleeping shelters.
|Adult (16 years or older)||Concession*||Child (6-15 years)|
There is no camping fee for children aged 5 years and younger.
For online bookings, full payment of camping fees for all campers must be made at the time of booking. No booking fee is charged for online booking. Refunds are dependent on notice of cancellation (see also terms and conditions).
Where booking is not available, instructions for payment are posted on notices at campgrounds and/or park entry points – usually cash only at staffed or unstaffed entry or registration stations, or direct to a ranger or other park officer.
For more on the various park entry passes available, prices and how to pay go to our Explore Parks WA website.
Park entry fees apply at a small number of parks and must be paid in addition to camping fees. For more on the various park entry passes available, prices and how to pay go to our Explore Parks WA website.
Holders of the following Australian-issued cards are entitled to concession fees:
Disability Support (Blind)
Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA)
No fee is payable for the accompanying companion/carer of a Companion Card holder.
Evidence of entitlement for concession fees must be produced on request.
Aboriginal people are entitled to concession rate camping fees and are not required to pay a park entry fee when entering a park for the purpose of carrying out customary activities. (Search for 'customary activities' on the Department of Parks and Wildlife main website for more information.)