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Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park WA 6537, Australia

Introduction of Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park is in Shark Bay, Western Australia's World Heritage Site, about 825km from Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and about 5km from Denham, the main town of Shark Bay.

Francois Peron National Park, covering an area of 525.87 sq km, is known for its golden sea cliffs, pristine white sandy beaches, saltwater lakes and rare marsupials. Named after French naturalist and explorer Francois Peron, the National Park made two scientific expeditions to this remote part of Western Australia in 1801 and 1803, where Aboriginals had lived for more than 26,000 years before his arrival.

Francois Peron National Park is a paradise for famous four-drive drivers, with only four-drive access in most areas, and the wild natural landscape brings unlimited challenges and stunning views to the self-driving journey.

Access to Francois Peron National Park requires the purchase of tickets (prices as of early 2020):

  • Below 12 cars: A $15/car
  • Cars over 12: A $7/person (over 6 years old)
  • Tickets are valid for one day and can be re-entered and re-entered, with the exception of Yanchep National Park and Nambung National Park, which enter the vast majority of other Western Australian national parks on the day of purchase without re-payment
  • Free walk or car access to National Park

Open time:

    All day
Australia - Western Australia
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