Parks Pass to be introduced April 2023

NT Government

2 December 2022

From April 2023, a Parks Pass will be required for all interstate and international visitors to most Territory parks and reserves. Territorians are exempt from requiring a Parks Pass.

Visitors will need to purchase their pass through the Online Booking System for entry to parks and reserves from 3 April.

The Parks Pass will help protect, modernise and improve our parks and reserves by providing valuable information about visitation to our parks and reserves and through the generation of new revenue for their care, management and development.

The NT Government manages 85 parks, reserves and protected areas across the Northern Territory with 33 of these areas formally joint managed with Aboriginal Traditional Owners.

A percentage of fees on jointly managed parks will be paid to governing land councils on behalf of Traditional Owners.

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