Every Kid in a Park is a project to support families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying the outdoors around Western Australia.

Nature Play WA would like to thank our partner on this project, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions who are helping us to connect WA kids to our greatest asset, our amazing outdoors.

You can also visit the Nature Play WA website for information, images and resources.

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Nature Play WA supports the Social Model of Disability. We are proud to work with families and industry professionals within the disability community, who continue to assist us in our approach to access and inclusion.

For more information about the Social Model of Disability, visit People with Disability Australia.

  • <p>Fitzgerald River National Park </p> <p>This photograph was taken in Fitzgerald River National Park and captures the view looking west to Mid Mount Barren from Quoin Head. The landscape features hills covered in scrubs, and blue water in the centre. </p>
  • <p>This photograph was taken along the Ancient Empire Walk Trail at the Walpole-Nornalup National Park. The image shows a man wearing black looking up at the trees. He is standing in front of a large tree which has a walk way through the stump.</p>
  • <p>This photograph was taken at Karijini National Park and shows four people walking a walk trail. The scenery features brown dirt, green shubbery and trees.</p>
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About Every Kid in a Park