Francois Peron National Park is known for its contrasting red cliffs, white beaches and turquoise waters. Part of the Shark Bay World Heritage area it has a rich cultural history beginning around 30,000 years ago with the Malgana people and a more recent pastoral history. The Park offers a wilderness experience to four-wheel-drivers. This map covers the entire park and shows points of interest and access roads, including those suitable for four wheel drives only. Accommodation, including camping and caravan sites, picnic and boating facilities are also shown. Note: A high-clearance, four-wheel drive is essential to travel beyond the Peron Heritage Precinct. The tracks of deep soft sand offer challenging conditions for drivers. Low clearance vehicles, caravans and large trailers cannot be used on these deeply rutted tracks - only camper trailers and dinghies are suitable.
Vendor: WA Parks Foundation
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