Passport to an Amazing Childhood

The Nature Play WA ‘Passport to an Amazing Childhood’ program is an exciting, interactive and fun way to get active and outdoors!


To get kids motivated to become nature players, we have a passport program linked to a series of “missions” designed to make kids run, jump, climb, and splash, invent, imagine, play and be a free-range kid. The idea is to help you get your kids outside with some fun and cheap activities.

Missions are available by clicking on the PDFs below. A fantastic, free resource to all Western Australians. AND you can download the passport artwork to create your very own passport to record all your nature adventures in one place!

The passport has "mission" pages to place stickers, stamps, cut-out and paste mission badges, staple a leaf and write adventure stories. Let your creativity go wild!

Also, at the back, there is a list of '15 things every kid should do before they’re 12.'

(Please note, the passport artwork is 7MB so may take a while to download).



















Mission Sets

Beach Bunbury
Camping Coral Coast
Classroom Great Southern Region
Creative Margaret River
Garden Pilbara
Messy Piney Lakes Reserve
Park Wheatbelt
Suburban Summer
Rivers & Lakes Winter
Tracks & Trails Cockburn

NO MORE Bulk Orders (Passports are out of print!)

We are no longer printing and providing passports. However, we have a PDF of the artwork and mission sets (see above) that teachers, parents, kids, P&Cs at primary schools, playgroups, day care centres, sporting associations or any group that works with children aged 3-12 around Western Australia who want to participate can download, print off and create their very own ‘Passport to an Amazing Childhood’ booklet!

Need help? Contact email at [email protected] for assistance.

Our New Nature Passport Outdoor App

If you want to have an online experience, check out our NEW and exciting Nature Passport app and download it from your App Store.

It has exciting and fun activities to do just like the passport program. This amazing app is a great tool for families and educators to connect children with nature in their daily lives in neighbourhoods, communities and in wild places. It also provides links to tips and lesson plans for educators with new content releases every two weeks.




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