There is no visitor entry fee charged at any of the 881 national parks and reserves in NSW. At some parks, fees may be charged for vehicle entry, facilities, attractions and activities. View individual park listings for more information.
Vehicle entry fees
Some parks charge a fee which must be paid for each motor vehicle you bring into the park (including motorbikes).
Visitors can save on motor vehicle entry fees by purchasing an annual pass. A variety of one and two-year passes are available for private motor vehicles with up to eight seats. The cost depends on which parks you wish to include. Concessions are available for eligible people.
The following fees are not covered by annual passes or daily vehicle entry fees:
- landing fees for Sydney Harbour National Park islands
- landing fees at The Basin, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
- mooring fees, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
- entry to museums and discovery centres
- discovery tours and activities