Join us to create a network of Outback National Parks, managed by Indigenous Rangers, that all Western Australians can enjoy.
AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY
Imagine exploring spectacular Outback landscapes, hidden from public view for generations…
Twenty years ago, the Western Australian Government purchased a network of 60 specially selected properties to be protected for future generations. Sadly, instead of becoming national parks, they were soon forgotten by government. The promise of camping adventures, jobs for local people, and pristine natural landscapes turned to a story of neglect and lost opportunity.
Now, with your help, we can turn this around.
Create Ranger Parks is a plan created by the community to finish the job. We’re asking the WA Government to deliver the promised national parks while also creating Indigenous ranger jobs. It’s a win for everyone, but we need your support to make it happen.
Please join us. Sign our petition and help Create Ranger Parks.
"I support the Create Ranger Parks proposal to create a new national park network in Outback Western Australia. The new parks would protect the former pastoral properties purchased by government for this purpose 20 years ago. The new national parks should be managed by Indigenous rangers, for all Western Australians to experience and enjoy".
People's Choice Award
Vote for your favourite photo!
It's time to have your say! VOTE in the People's Choice Award and you could WIN a $300 prize!
55 images were shortlisted from more than 1000 entries in The Heart of Our Outback: Landscape and Nature Photography Prize. Now you can have your say and vote for your favourite images!
The winner of the People's Choice Award will receive a $500 cash prize, while one lucky entrant who voted in the People's Choice Award will win a $300 voucher to spend at the photographic gallery of award-winning landscape photographer, Christian Fletcher.