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Caversham Wildlife Park

#1 of 7 things to do in Whiteman Features Animals
Whiteman Park Via Marshall Rd | Swan Valley Region, Whiteman, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6068, Australia
+61 8 9274 2202
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Whiteman Park Via Marshall Rd | Swan Valley Region, Whiteman, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6068, Australia
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Reviewed 25 July 2016

Located in Whiteman Park in a natural setting this Wildlife park offers the visitor a unique view at the Australian icon animals, close and personal. Kangaroos can be fed and stroked. Koalas, Wombats and other friends ( Birds of prey, snakes, quolls) can be held...More

Thank Ahktar R
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Yeaayyyy..the kids loves the feeding kangaroos activities and all the shows that been arranged by the park. It's a great experience for the kids to touch the animals at the park. We had so much fun!! Family with kids should include Caversham Wildlife Park in...More

2  Thank ctcash
Reviewed 23 July 2016 via mobile

Was there on a rainy day but didn't want to give up visiting as kid was really excited. FYI, Park is only partially covered. Great experience for the kids as they get to be close to animals. Don't miss the shows...its really informative and entertaining!...More

1  Thank Stepfanie W
Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

This was my 2nd visit here and it has been a little less vibrant compared to a year ago. It wasn't suitable for my in-law as it stinks a little. However the animals were as lovely as ever.

Thank CatloverCyn
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Nice wildlife park, an easy drive from the city. The place to see and interact with indigenous animals. The highlight would be the kangaroo enclosure where you can enter and feed the animals at your leisure. Can also see koalas and wombats.

Thank Jadamros
Reviewed 17 July 2016

This was a great way to get to learn about some of the great Australian wildlife. We were able to feed kangaroos, take a pic with a wombat, and learn about many other animals.

Thank LauraTexan
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Great day out with the wildlife, the kids get to hand fed the very tame Kangaroo's & give them rubs on the back. The variety of native animals is quite large, with different areas from certain parts of Australia. The reptile display is pretty good...More

1  Thank Bindi B
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Our toddler really enjoyed her time getting to know all the animals and birds in the wildlife park. The usual suspects such as koalas and kangaroos (lots of them) were available to touch, and we could even feed the kangaroos in their giant enclosure. Being...More

Thank victorhagz
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Initially I was contemplating whether to visit the Perth Zoo or the Caversham Wildlife Park. After reading through online forums, I decided to visit the Caversham Wildlife Park as there are more Australian animals there. From Perth CBD, I took the train to Bassendean. From...More

2  Thank Liyana N
Reviewed 13 July 2016

Great for young kids who would love to be able to pat kangaroos and feed them out from your hands. Many other animals from the Tasmanian Devil, Koalas and Dingos are at the park as well...

1  Thank JH L
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san20sg
15 August 2017|
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Response from Anne W | Reviewed this property |
As much time as possible is needed to enjoy and explore everything that is on offer at this wonderful park x
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gryphonmonster
18 April 2017|
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Response from Oldnan2013 | Reviewed this property |
Most of the park area is wheelchair accessible. You mum can still take photos with the animals. To my memory, the only site which cannot be accessed by wheelchair is the barn where sheep, goat, cow and chicken lives.
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territorianlady
16 November 2016|
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Response from 468katherinec | Reviewed this property |
The park entrance is a good thirty minute walk from the main road. When we visited in July 2016 they were running shuttles, which we took advantage of, and then really walked a lot through the park. We enjoyed it very much.
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