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Caversham Wildlife Park, Whiteman
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Caversham Wildlife Park is located in Whiteman. By using our Whiteman trip builder, you can arrange your visit to Caversham Wildlife Park and other attractions in Whiteman.
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Parking à proximité, personnel friendly. Nous avons pu caresser les koalas et kangourous. Une grande variété d'espèces.Parking nearby, friendly staff. We could cuddle koalas and kangaroos. A wide variety of species.show original
Good chance to see Australian animals close up . Touching and free pictures. Missing out on more concessions for beverages... Take smoke drinking water.
Only had an hour here but still had fun. It was great to see the kangaroos hopping and lazing around while visitors feed them off their hands. The koalas are a highlight for me. The wildlife park look... read more »
Really enjoyed our time here. It gives people the opportunity to be very up close and personal with the marsupial mammals. You get to feed, touch and take photos with them. The Molly's Farm show is very interesting session. My son got to milk the little lamb. We also got to know how to sheer sheep and how dogs help the Farmers to herd the sheep. Everyone got the chance to milk the cow. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. They will explain about the animals for the visitors to have a better understanding of them. Worth the visit.
What a wonderful wildlife park, so neat and tidy with extremely well cared for animals and this really showed as i am certain these are some of the friendliest kangaroos I have ever met, and thanks to Bonnie our very own tour guide around the park who helped make our visit so much more impressive with her wonderful commentary, its so refreshing to see how much these animals are like a family to their keepers, I loved meeting the Koalas, Kangaroos and up close encounter with a beautiful big fat wombat who rolled around happily like a bouncing baby sooo cute!!
A very nice wildlife park. Although the size itself when compared to zoos in general I presume will be smaller, but definitely not the sheer number of wonderful animals inside. Animals seemed to be well cared for in this park. As a customer, this is what I want to see the most. Overall it is also quite clean, at least you don't get the bad smell from the likes of most zoos. Inside you find a lot of animals and also Aussie's best namely the kangaroos, koalas and wombats. I myself enjoyed feeding the kangaroos the most.
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Slightly difficult to reach, but you can call for a free pickup near the road entrance. Otherwise you have to walk about 15-20 mins till you see the actual park's entrance. F&B is only available at the beginning where one enters the park. The park is split into sections such as Australia, Asia etc. Joeys, wallabies and roos are free to roam and feed in a spacious area.
As a tour guide for Explore Tours Perth I visit 2 or 3 times a week. Great people. Great animals. Great fun.
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