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.
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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