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Australia's vast continent offers a huge number and range of national parks that vary even within each state and territory. Some parks and reserves require payment of an entry fee. Sometimes there is an honesty box, but usually you will need to pay at the local rangers office, the local visitor centre or visit their website to pay online.

If you are a regular national parks user of a particular state/territory, it may be beneficial to purchase an annual pass.

Visiting the relevant national parks website will also provide information on campgrounds (especially if they are open or closed due to fires, floods or upgrading). Their website will also give you the low down on disability access, passes and permit requirements.

Following are links to campground accommodation, disability, permits and passes information with each state and territory national parks sites. These links may change, so just start from their home page, and drill down for the information. Please email us know if any links are no longer active.

National Parks

Australia's vast continent offers a huge number and range of national parks that vary even within each state and territory. Some parks and reserves require payment of an entry fee. If you are a regular national parks user, it may be beneficial to purchase an annual pass.
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New South Wales National Parks

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Annual passes and vehicle entry fees - The site provides a list of parks that charge daily vehicle entry fees, answers to any questions about your annual pass and the ability to purchase your pass in a number of ways.

Campgrounds in national parks - There are all sorts of camping areas in the parks and reserve and you can search for campgrounds that meet your requirements or search via region.

Accommodation in national parks - There are a variety of park accommodation that can be experienced from lighthouse cottages, woolsheds, beachside cabins, outback homesteads and much more.

Wheelchair-friendly parks and reserves - Providing information about which national park in NSW offer wheelchair accessible campgrounds, tracks, picnic areas, lookouts, visitor centres and more.
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Northern Territory National Parks

Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory

Park permits - There are a number of different permits including camping, filming, public meeting/activity, Garig Gunak Barlu National Park and Wildlife.

Camping permits - Permits are not required for camping at designated campgrounds in the national parks, except for Garig Gunak Barlu National Park. However a permit is required if you plan to camp outside a designated camping area. Please check the website for any changes to this information. Bush camping and overnight bushwalking requires the completion of an application form (allowing for at least 7 working days for processing). Some parks and reserves are jointly managed by the Aboriginal Traditional Owners, and permits for these may have to be assessed by a board.

Things to know before you go - Travelling tips for your comfort and safety.
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Queensland National Parks

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service

Recreation > Camping - You can camp, picnic and bushwalk on many national parks around Queensland. To camp on a park or forest, you must first obtain a camping permit and pay the camping fees. At some places you can pay your fees at a "self service" camping registration sign. You can also book your campsite online.

Access for people with a disability
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South Australia National Parks

ParksWeb

National Parks Pass - There are five different parks passes.

Park About - Gateway to all matters regarding entry, camping and accommodation, and associated fees and facilities.

Parks with Camping - Select camping tick box to view a listing for the national parks that allow camping.

Parks with Accommodation - Select the accommodation tick box to view a listing for the varied types of park accommodation.
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Tasmania National Parks

Parks & Wildlife Service

National Parks Entry Fees - A range of national parks passes to choose from.

Camping and Cabin Fee Information - List of national parks offering camping and cabin accommodation and costs.

Access for the mobility impaired
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Victoria National Parks

Parks Victoria

Park Passes - Ph: 13 19 63 (Information Centre) - Annual and multi day parks passes are available.

Camping - Camping is available at many parks throughout Victoria, although facilities and regulations vary, and it is recommended that you read the information on each park page.

Special Needs Access - Parks are listed according to an accessibility rating out of 6, where 6 is the most accessible site for those visitors with limited mobility. There is also a publication called The Access Guide to Victoria's Parks by the Vision Australia Foundation.
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Western Australia National Parks

NatureBaseEmail (online form)

Guide to National Park Passes and Fees - A range of passes are available including a Holiday or Annual Park Pass.

Camping in National Parks and other Recreation Areas - There are some developed campsites scattered through the South West. Camping fees are payable in addition to the national park visitors fee, where applicable. However, national park visitor fees are only payable on the first day of an extended visit when camping within the park, but camping fees are payable for each night's camping.

Access for All - Use the CALM ParkFinder to find some of the parks with universally accessible facilities.
 
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