Parks and Wildlife Service WA

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 AM until 4:15 PM

Parks and Wildlife Service WA

The DBCA office is located on the corner of Queen and Adelaide Streets, Busselton in the cultural precinct at the north end of town.
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The Parks and Wildlife Service is the largest provider of nature-based tourism opportunities in Western Australia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) managed lands covers more than 27 million hectares of some of the most ancient landscapes you'll find anywhere in the world receiving over 12 million visits annually.
Visit the Blackwood Districts DBCA office in the main street of Busselton for up to date information about the Geographe Bay and Margaret River Regions, national parks, marine parks, tracks and trails. You can also pick up park brochures purchase park passes, field guides and get up to the minute local conditions and information before you head out to explore.

Please visit the website for all trails and camping information.


Parks and Wildlife Service WA

14 Queen St, Busselton WA 6280

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