Reports & Submissions - National Park Boundaries

Indicative boundaries of a dozen proposed new national parks under the WA Government’s Protecting Our Old-Growth Forests policy have been released for public comment.

The submissions period for the Greater Preston, Greater Beedelup, Greater Kingston, Boorara-Gardner, Jane, Greater Dordagup and Wellington areas closes March 14, while the period for Butler, Hilliger, Milyeannup, Blackwood River and the Boyndaminup National Park will commence once the maps are available.

Further information and park maps, as available, can be obtained from and the Manjimup, Bunbury and Crawley CALM offices.

The Government is creating 30 new national parks and two new conservation parks under the old-growth forests policy.

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