Welcome to Francois Peron National Park

Welcome to Francois Peron National Park. Known for its steep red cliffs and nature that looks like its from another, Francois Peron is a must-visit national park located on the Peron Peninsula in Western Australia. This destination profile page was built for you to better understand Francois Peron NP through scientific studies and data conducted by various prominent institutions around the world. You can also find information about holidays, festivals and transportation.

Map of Francois Peron NP

Basic Stats

Travel Safety Rating: 7/10

Targeted Groups: No groups found

General Sanitation Rating: 7/10

Food Safety Rating for Foreigners: 6/10

Tourism Infrastructure Rating: 9/10

Fluency in English Rating: 10/10

Languages Spoken: English

These stats were collected through general studies by prominent institutions that analyzed Francois Peron's tourism sector. These studies were then summarized into a given rating.

History of Francois Peron National Park

"Francois Peron was born in France in 1775 and while travelling as a naturalist on Baudin's expedition was among the parties exploring Shark Bay in 1801. In doing so he made some of the earliest recordings of Shark Bay's wildlife and first people. It is in his honour that Francois Peron National Park is named" - SharkBay

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Holidays and Festivals

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Transportation

"Access to the park is off the Monkey Mia Road about 4km east of Denham. The road to the Peron Heritage Precinct is unsealed but two-wheel drive accessible. It may be closed during wet conditions. High clearance four-wheel drive is essential for vehicle access north of the Heritage Precinct" - SharkBay

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