Annual passes & vehicle entry fees
At some New South Wales parks and reserves, you'll need to pay a daily entry fee when you visit in your motor vehicle. This only applies to 46 parks - less than 10 per cent of all the protected areas we manage.
However, it only takes a few visits to NSW national parks to discover that it's more convenient and economical to purchase an annual pass. This saves you money, and it's much easier than buying day passes each time you visit your favourite park. After just a few visits, your annual pass will pay for itself! You'll also be supporting nature conservation and improvement of facilities in the park.
Which parks charge daily vehicle entry fees?
See a list of parks where you'll need to buy a day pass.
Choosing, buying and renewing your annual pass
There are a range of options to choose from - find the one that best suits you. You can then order your pass online, using your credit card, or print out a form and send or fax it to us.
Questions & answers about your annual pass
Want to upgrade, or buy a second pass for your family? Not sure where to stick it? Get answers to common queries here.
You may be issued with a compliance notice if you visit a fee-charging park without paying vehicle entry fees or displaying an annual pass. Find out more, including online payment options.
Page last updated: 27 February 2011