North-west Marine Parks Network
Click on the map below to navigate the North-west Marine Parks Network.
There are 13 Australian Marine Parks off the north-west coast of Western Australia that make up the North-west Network.
Covering 335,341 square kilometres, marine parks in the north-west include coral reefs, soft sediments, canyons and limestone pavements.
Wildlife found here include dugongs and species of:
- marine turtle.
Locals and visitors have the chance to experience such wildlife in unique places, including:
- offshore reefs
The iconic whale shark is found at Ningaloo, and every year humpback whales migrate through the region to and from their breeding grounds off the Kimberley coast.
Marine parks in the North-west Network
- Argo–Rowley Terrace Marine Park
- Ashmore Reef Marine Park
- Carnarvon Canyon Marine Park
- Cartier Island Marine Park
- Dampier Marine Park
- Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park
- Gascoyne Marine Park
- Kimberley Marine Park
- Mermaid Reef Marine Park
- Montebello Marine Park
- Ningaloo Marine Park
- Roebuck Marine Park
- Shark Bay Marine Park
North-west Marine Parks Network Management Plan
A management plan for the North-west Marine Parks Network came into operation on 1 July 2018. See the:
- North-west Network Management Plan
- North-west Network maps, including the zoning
- See the North-west Network factsheets, setting out the zones and rules for marine parks in the network.
The implementation of the North-west Marine Parks Network Management Plan is supported by the North-west Marine Parks Advisory Committee.
North-west marine parks
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