Park Pass Entry fees into the Cape Range National Park
A park pass into the Cape Range National Park is required to access the West Coast beaches and Range.
Some ‘must do things in Exmouth’ include a visit the Cape Range National Park!
Department of Parks and Wildlife manage the parks and have options available to suit everyone’s visiting requirements.
The Cape Range National park is a World Heritage listed area and the fees help maintain the camping grounds, access roads, toilets and day use areas.
We can all enjoy this stunning part of the world.
For a small visiting fee visitors have access to all of the areas in the National Park, fantastic snorkelling spots and pristine beaches.
Day Entry Park Pass
- Visitors that enter on foot or bicycles don’t need to pay a fee.
- If camping and not planing on leaving the park a day entry park pass is valid for the duration of the stay.
- Camping fees are payable as an extra cost.
- A single park pass will cover private vehicles that seat up to 12 people legally.
|Motorcycle||$7 per motorcycle||no concession|
|Vehicle with up to 12 occupants||$13 per vehicle||$7 per vehicle|
|Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour||$6 per occupant 6 years or older||$2 per occupant|
Other Types of Passes
- Included with the purchase of a Goldstar pass is a one year subscription to the LANDSCOPE Magazine.
- RAC members can obtain a discount on the Holiday Pass. The Annual All Parks Pass and the Concession Annual All Parks Pass discount applies when purchased from the RAC member benefits website.
|Holiday Pass||Four weeks||$46||no concession|
|Annual All Parks Pass||One year||$92||$58|
|Goldstar Pass*||One year||$115||$82|
Where to Buy
Please buy National Park Passes from the local Department of Parks and Wildlife office in Exmouth. Or at the entrance of the Cape Range National Park.
Visit the Department of Parks & Wildlife shop online to see all the park passes available.