Francois Peron National Park

Set at the tip of the Peron Peninsula within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, this park is known for its vivid landscapes of red sand dunes tapering onto white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters. The park provides a stunning backdrop to the Shark Bay Marine Park where vast seagrass meadows provide habitat for one of the largest colonies of dugongs in the world. For more information on Shark Bay World Heritage Area visit here.

The area is also home to one of WA’s most significant conservation efforts known as Project Eden to protect the threatened and endemic fauna the region. For more information visit here.