Nature Passports

Support families in getting outside and active in your community

close up of hand holding four nature passports

Work with us to create a Nature Passport booklet to activate spaces, support family time outdoors, promote social connection and inspire lifelong stewardship behaviours and attitudes.

Our Nature Passport activity booklets highlight nature playgrounds, green open spaces, wetlands and other nature-rich locations in an area and links them to fun nature play activities for families.

Feedback from our clients:

“The passports were really well received by families. We handed them out mostly during school holidays so there were lots of school kids as well as little ones using them. Parents always seem to be looking for activity ideas too so they loved them.” City of Gosnells, Children’s Activity Officer

“The Nature Passports have been super popular – we ran out about 12 months ago and are still getting requests from both the public, and our internal teams planning programs, for more!” City of Kwinana, Events and Special Projects Officer

"The City of Karratha Nature Play passport provided the opportunity to engage youth and capitalize on the rich natural assets within the City. The support for the passports has been overwhelmingly positive and the City would like to thank Nature Play for allowing the City of Karratha to be involved in this fantastic project." - City of Karratha, Community Engagement Officer

“The process was made very simple...We are very happy with the final product. We have almost run out of passports!” - Local Government

close up of hand holding Gosnells passport open at an activity page

The booklets also contain an activity map, “15 things to do” within your City Council, stickers and a nature safari section. 

Families can complete the activities using just the booklets, or in conjunction with our free Nature Passport App that has over 100 activities to spark curiosity, creativity and critical thinking.


The cost of creating a booklet is $3,700 (printing additional), including the provision of a downloadable PDF version for your website.

Audio stories or voice recordings linking to each activity or location can be added through the use of QR codes.  This service can be provided for an additional fee.


Local Governments

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 or call our office on (08) 9389 4050 for more information.

We Acknowledge
Nature Play WA acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation, as the custodians of the land where our team lives and works. We also acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and recognise the continuing connection of Indigenous people to their land, waters, sky, culture and community. We pay our respect to all Indigenous people of this land; ancestors, elders and young ones.