Caversham Wildlife Park…things to know.
Located in Whiteman Park, Caversham Wildlife Park is a popular centre for Western Australian native animals,birds & reptiles. The park is only 15 KM from the centre of Perth, and close to the entrance to the Swan Valley. Perth’s Tiny Tours can get you there quickly and comfortably.
At the park you can enjoy a variety of activities, including the farm show, where you can see sheep shearing demonstrations, working sheep dogs, stockman on horseback, billy swinging, whip cracking, bottle feeding the lambs, or you can even milk a cow.
Take a selfie with koalas, wombats and the kangaroos, visit Molly’s Farm, an interactive farmyard where you can wander around with various farm animals, feed them and take as many photos as you like!
I provide fresh seasonal fruits, premium local cheese, chocolate and chilled water throughout the day to keep your energy levels up so no need to even bring snacks.
To visit Caversham Wildlife Park simply book my tour or send me an email and I’ll help set up a customised day tour for you.
Know Before You Go
An early start is quite important to avoid the long lines of visitors wanting to get those selfies with the animals. I recommend arriving at the park when it opens at 9am. You can take in all of the park’s attractions in about three hours. How long you choose to stay is up to you. On-site facilities include ATM’s, free Wi-Fi, a gift shop, and café.
After your time at Whiteman Park, its time to move on to a delicious lunch at any of the many amazing restaurants, followed by wineries, chocolate, nougat, honey and cheese factories in the nearby Swan Valley.
Perths Tiny Tours gives you so many options of the best the locals have to offer because youre guide is local.
A Caversham Wildlife Park entry ticket includes full access to the park’s many attractions, as well as daily events such as live shows and animal-feeding demonstrations. Children (3 – 14yrs) $14, Adults $30, Students Concession $22.
All the shows, interactive experiences, photo opportunities and animal food are included in the entry fee! With no extra money needed around the park, you can make the most of your experience at Caversham Wildlife Park
How to Get There
Perth’s Tiny Tours can get you to Caversham Wildlife Park in about 30 minutes from the centre of Perth. Simply inquire or book my Day Tour and we can arrange your pick up and return and anything else you want to do or see along the way. Simple!
When to Get There
Caversham Wildlife Park is open daily, all year round. Opening time is 9am and an early start is recommended to avoid the long lines. The busiest time to visit is during the summer peak season (December and January) or during school holidays. Weekdays outside of these times are generally much quieter.
Caversham Wildlife Park highlights include hand feeding in the kangaroo enclosure, an interactive farm show where you can try your hand at swinging the Billy Tea, cracking a stockmans whip or milking a cow; and close up photo opportunities with wombats, koalas, and some of Australias most famous wildlife..
With all its wonderful animals and experiences, Caversham Wildlife Park is a great choice for children and kids at heart, to get up close to Australia’s unique wildlife.
Book your trip to Caversham Wildlife Park now with Perth’s Tiny Tours, and make a day of memories for a lifetime..