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Caversham Wildlife Park

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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
+61 8 9274 2202
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Reviewed 15 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 14 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 14 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
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Best place in Perth metro. Mingle with Kangaroos, meet farm animals. Cafe, gift shop. Native Australian animals.

Thank Jennifer B
Reviewed 7 July 2016

We enjoyed ourselves so much that the kids refused to leave. They had the chance to pet some animals for the first time - feeding kangaroos, touching a koala, snake, lizard, possum and a wombat,milk a cow etc. We loved the animal show where our...More

Thank CarolLim777
Reviewed 6 July 2016

We visited this park hoping to see a quokka (known as the happiest animal in the world) and we did but as they are nocturnal they were curled up fast asleep, that said this was a great place to visit, well laid out and signposted....More

Thank John M
Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

This is the place that my kids love...they love feeding the kangaroos, watch the animal farm show (participate giving milk to little lambs) or just petting the farm animals... if you come to perth and want to see australian wildlife this is the perfect place...More

Thank Marshal M
Reviewed 3 July 2016

It is pretty big Park with close interaction with kangaroos, goats and in selected timing with the Koalas. It is a nice place to visit with small children and they do have timing on the show (sheep shearing etc, wombat). The feeds to the kangaroos...More

1  Thank DracoLam
Reviewed 2 July 2016

Visited this park as part of a day tour by Adams Pinnacle Tours. The keepers are friendly, passionate and informative. Here you can feed kangaroos, touch koalas and take a picture with a wombat at no extra cost unlike many other wildlife parks.

1  Thank Ze Kai S
Reviewed 2 July 2016 via mobile

The farm overall wasn't very big. However if you are planning for a relax day out with your young toddlers, this will be a good place to be. There are quite a few animal shows to catch within a few a timetable, hence you can...More

Thank lwkeng
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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.
17 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.
Wawanie R
30 September 2016|
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Response from Shamila H | Reviewed this property |
Hi.. its about 30 to 45 mins