Skip to content

Annual passes and entrance fees

Annual Pass 2013. 

Annual passes and entrance fees

Some national parks charge a vehicle entry fee – these funds go directly to supporting conservation programs and to building and maintaining facilities in the national parks and reserves of NSW. More information about the parks that charge vehicle entry fees can be found on the Office of Environment and Heritage website.

If you're a regular park visitor, you can save on motor vehicle entry fees by buying an annual pass. An annual pass is great value for money, covering entry fees to your nominated park or parks for either one or two years and is also a terrific way to show your support for the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Annual pass holders also have the option of receiving our quarterly e-newsletter, Naturescapes, which provides excellent information on great parks to visit and new and exciting events and activities.

Visit the OEH website to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Minnamurra River in Budderoo National Park. Photo: Michael Van Ewijk