If you regularly visit NSW national parks you can save on motor vehicle entry fees by buying an annual pass, and get park visits for 12 or 24 months.
Read more about Annual passes
Motor vehicle entrance fees are charged at 45 of the over 870 NSW national parks and reserves. Choose from 4 great-value passes that offer annual entry from just one favourite park to all 45 parks with entry fees.
NPWS offers discount and concession annual passes for current Australian Seniors Card holders, eligible Pensioner and Veterans Card holders, and when you renew your NSW vehicle registration online through Service NSW.
Buy your annual pass
Phone: Call the National Parks Contact Centre on 13000 PARKS (13000 72757). The centre's hours are 9am-5pm every day excluding Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Online: Select your annual pass below and buy online.
Email, fax or post: Download the Annual pass order form (Doc 153KB) and return it by email to email@example.com, fax to (02) 9585 6831, or post to National Parks Contact Centre, PO Box A290, Sydney South NSW 1232.
In person: Contact a NSW National Parks visitor centre (excludes Maitland Bay Information Centre, Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Snowy Mountains Cinema, and unmanned visitor centres)
Choose the pass that suits you and start saving:
|Annual pass options||1-year pass||2-year pass||Link to purchase|
|All Parks Pass|
For all fee-collecting parks in NSW, including Kosciuszko National Park.
|$190||$335||Buy your All Parks Pass online |
For all fee-collecting parks in NSW, except Kosciuszko National Park.
|$65||$115||Buy your Multi-Park Pass online|
|Single Park Pass|
For any 1 designated park in Country NSW, except Kosciuszko National Park. See the list of parks this pass applies to.
|$22||$40||Buy your Single Park Pass online|
|Country Parks Pass|
For all parks in Country NSW, except Kosciuszko National Park. See the list of parks this pass applies to.
|$45||$75||Buy your Country Parks Pass online|
- Passes are usually received within 10 working days. Until then, you can display your receipt to access eligible national parks.
- Please read the NPWS annual pass terms and conditions below and find out more on our annual pass FAQs.
- The fee-collecting parks page provides a list of NSW national parks and reserves that are covered by the annual pass.
- Second household passes are available to holders of an All Parks Pass for vehicles registered at the same address. This must be verified by presenting a copy of registration for both motor vehicles and proof of purchase for the first All Parks Pass. The cost of second and any subsequent passes is 50% of the full price of an All Parks Pass. These will expire on the same date as the first All Parks Pass. Second household passes can only be purchased in person or by contacting the National Parks Contact Centre.
- Seniors Card holders are entitled to a discount of approximately 20% on the full price of an annual pass for a vehicle registered in their name. You'll need to apply by email, fax, or mail to the National Parks Contact Centre and include: a copy of both your Seniors Card and vehicle registration papers, plus your NPWS annual pass order form (download annual pass order form, Doc 153KB). Please note the vehicle must be registered in the same name as the Seniors Card holder. You may also present the documents in person to the OEH Information Centre in Sydney CBD, or to one of our major visitor centres. Seniors discounts cannot be combined with any other annual pass discounts.
- Pensioner Concession Card holders and EDA, Intermediate and Special Rate (blinded, TPI and TTI) pensioners are entitled to a 1-Year NPWS Concession Pass.
Annual passes are not valid for entry into the following parks or areas:
- Restrictions apply at the Chowder Bay area of Sydney Harbour National Park. More info on Chowder Bay is available in the annual pass FAQs.
- Restrictions apply at the Cape Byron Lighthouse precinct of Cape Byron State Conservation Area. Read our annual pass FAQs for more information.
- Worimi Conservation Lands require a vehicle access permit. More info on Worimi Conservation Lands is available in the annual pass FAQs.
- Booderee National Park at Jervis Bay is managed jointly by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and the Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
- Parks in the ACT managed by Parks Conservation and Lands
Renew your annual pass
If you'd like to be reminded when your annual pass is about to expire, simply complete our annual pass renewal reminder form.