Conservation

Preserving and protecting our natural resources.
A dataset containing vegetation extent polygons from the mapping of remnant vegetation in Western Australia.
A commercial operations licence is required for any commercial business activities that are conducted on land under the Conservation and Land Management Regulations 2002.
A licence is required for anyone who keeps, transports, imports, exports or sells restricted fauna or for taking or collecting restricted flora within Western Australia.
WA Naturally publications are produced to enhance knowledge and appreciation of our State's parks, reserves and wildlife.
You can buy general entry tickets to the Perth Zoo and become a member online.
Public feedback is invited on many of the conservation and management issues being considered.
Community conservation groups protect and manage our bushlands through raising awareness of biodiversity values and of natural areas in your local community. 
The State Government is responsible for managing much of the State’s 18 million hectares of native forests and woodlands.
The Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners provide a free advisory service on caring for and growing native plants for home gardeners and community groups.
You are invited to join the Aquatic Biosecurity Charter to promote the protection of Western Australia's oceans and rivers from aquatic pest species.
Perth Zoo is a unique events and functions destination and can offer a host of amazing experiences.
Phytophthora dieback impact, management, prevention and research.
How we are protecting the nature of one of the world's last great wilderness areas, guaranteeing its future as an important conservation, tourism and cultural destination.
Subscribe to any of the newsletters published by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.
A listing of threatened native plants and animals that are under identifiable threat of extinction, are rare, or otherwise in need of special protection.
Use the map to view firewood collection locations and find out which areas need a permit.

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