South Coast Tourist Information

Official Tourist Information, Albany, Denmark and Walpole, WA

The Department of Parks and Wildlife

The national parks are the responsibility of the Dept of Parks and Wildlife who have the lead responsibility for protecting the State's environment on behalf of Western Australians. There are many ways to support their stewardship  including being aware of your environmental impact while visiting the National Parks.  Their Bushbooks help you to gain knowledge about the area and its diversity, you can buy them online from the website. 

As a family, we found the objectives of the Dept incredibly inspiring, and hope that this website supports them in: Conserving Bio diversity, Promoting Environmentally Sustainable Practices, in Creating a World-Class Parks System, Protecting the Environment and Maintaining Community Involvement in these issues. We also were touched by their eighth objective which truly exemplifies the organisation as being aware: "Fostering a Positive Work Culture of Trust." We are truly blessed to have them.

Current Weather on the Coast

Weather in Albany

Weather in Denmark

Weather in Walpole

Additional resources for visiting the Rainbow Coast:

Rainbows Rainbows
The coast is perfectly placed to see Rainbows! And perfectly named. Green trees, mountains, forests beaches, and winter rainbows. Visit Rainbows
Seasons of the Coast Seasons of the Coast
You will find a Seasons Calendar with Wildflower and a Whales to help you plan your visit to the South Coast - The Rainbow Coast! Visit Seasons of the Coast
South Coast Beaches Map South Coast Beaches Map
South Coast Beaches from west of Walpole to East of Albany all on one map! Visit South Coast Beaches Map
South Coast Weather South Coast Weather
The climate of the Rainbow Coast is considered to be "the best in the world," according to those who live here. Visit South Coast Weather