Our coastline spans more than 13,500 kilometres and is home to some of the world's most remarkable ecosystems and marine life, including massive whale sharks, humpback whales, several threatened species of turtles, playful sea lions, leafy seadragons, little penguins and Australia's largest fringing reef in Ningaloo Marine Park. Plunge downunder and explore the submerged wonders protected in Western Australia's amazing marine parks and reserves.
Photo - © Peter Nicholas
This is your first stop to uncover information on Western Australia's special marine plants and animals for your school projects, wioth over 50 special marine plants and animals to explore and discover!
We hope you enjoy these galleries containing fascinating photos of Western Australia's remarkable marine parks and their inhabitants.
Do you have what it takes to become a marine park protector? Find out what you can do to become a Marine Park Protector and help to look after Western Australia's unique marine wildlife.
Fun facts, games, crosswords, colouring-in and more! This activity book has been produced by the Department of Parks and Wildlife, with financial support from ExxonMobil Australia, to help promote Western Australia’s unique marine parks.