Plan Your Visit
Open 9.00am to 4.30pm every day of the year (excluding Christmas Day)
Come and spend the day at one of Perth’s most exciting tourist attractions, showcasing the largest private collection of native wildlife in Western Australia.
Hand-feed the kangaroos, join in the interactive farm show, touch a possum or lizard, meet a wombat, watch the cheeky penguins being fed, and have photos taken with koalas! Caversham Wildlife Park; a great Australian meet & greet experience for the whole family, in one fantastic day!
All of our shows, interactive experiences, photo opportunities (excluding koala hold) 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.
We recommend you allow at least 3 hours to see and do everything - but feel free to stay all day! If you arrive after 2pm, you will miss some attractions.
Last entry is 3.30pm.
Caversham Wildlife Park is very proudly owned and operated by a Western Australian family. We don’t receive any Government assistance; the park is solely funded by visiting patrons. Thank you for your support.
ADMISSION PRICE INCLUDES:
Animal Feed, and
Photo Opportunities (excluding koala hold)
So there's no extra money needed to enjoy the full experience!
Child $15.00 (3 years to 14 years)
Student $25.00 (Western Australian in-date Student Card must be presented to receive concession rate)
Pension $25.00 (Western Australian in-date Aged Pension Card or Seniors Card must be presented to receive concession rate)
Caversham Wildlife Park is proudly owned and operated by a Western Australian family since 1988. We don't receive any government assistance. The park is funded solely by you! Thank you for your support.
GIFT VOUCHERS are temporarily unavailable online. Please call us on 9248 1984 any day between 8.30am and 3.30pm to purchase a gift voucher over the phone.
Our kiosk offers a variety of hot & cold light meals and refreshments, tea & coffee, cold drinks, ice creams and other nibbles.
ATM & EFTPOS
The ATM is located at the main entry
Eftpos facilities are available at the main entry, kiosk and souvenir shop
Should you require access to first aid supplies, please see the staff in the souvenir shop
Should you require first aid assistance whilst in the park, please call 9248 1984
The park is wheelchair friendly
Please Note: We do not have wheelchairs available for use or hire
Disabled parking is available out the front of Caversham Wildlife Park and throughout all car parks in Whiteman Park
Disabled toilet facilities are available in two toilet blocks (please note the toilet block at Molly's Farm has ramp access but does not have disabled toilet facilities)
Should you wish to visit the park with an Assistance Animal, please click here for important information. Please contact us prior to your visit on 9248 1984.
The park is pram/push chair friendly, and baby change facilities are available in two toilet blocks (please note the toilet block at Molly's Farm does not have baby change facilities)
Free wifi is available around the park
Our Gift Shop offers a wide range of Australian souvenirs, including Australian-made products, souvenir coins, emu & ostrich eggs, leather products, books, toys, clothing, jewellery, soft toys, collectables, beauty products, local honey and much more
Tips for a great visit
Entry into the park is recommended before 2.00pm, if you would like to see and do everything. To make the most of your experience and enjoy everything on offer, you should allow 3 hours minimum.
Don’t forget to bring your camera! We welcome the use of flash and video (there may be exceptions to this rule on the odd occasion).
The park is well shaded, and there are various undercover areas around the park, however, please note that the park is predominantly an outdoors environment, so we encourage you to prepare for your visit, according to the weather forecast. If you get caught short, ponchos, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen are available for purchase in the Souvenir Shop.
Upon arrival, you will be given a park map. We encourage you to follow the map around the park, so as not to miss anything. Directional maps and signage can be found all around the park
The park is divided into 6 main sections: (in order, as you make your way around the park)
- North East – the animals and plants in this section represent the tropical part of our fascinating country. Complete with a peaceful walk-through aviary, this section is the start of your relaxing journey around the park.
- Kangaroo Enclosure – this spacious and relaxing exhibit runs through the middle of the park. Here you are able to engage with a variety of species of kangaroos and wallabies. Kangaroo food is provided here.
- South West – the animals and plants in this section represent our very own part of Australia. Here you will see many species that are found locally around Perth, and the South West. You will see some amazing bird life in the walk-through aviary. Don’t forget to have some photos taken with the spectacular Australian Grass Trees.
- Molly’s Farm – this is where some of our most cheeky animals reside! Get up close and personal with a variety of friendly animals in the barns, and then take a walk through the paddocks to meet some of the larger animals, such as the ostrich and buffalo. Animal food is provided here.
- North – the animals and plants in this section represent Australia’s most arid region. Embark on a journey of red, rocky landscapes, sounds of Kookaburra calls and balmy outback atmosphere.
- South East – the animals and plants in this section represent the diversity of the coastal, forest and mountainous areas in Australia’s south east corner. There is an aromatic scent of Eucalyptus in this section.
Hint - many enclosures around the park house more than one species so remember to look carefully – top and bottom, left and right!
Should you wish to leave the park and return later on the same day, please ask the staff in the souvenir shop for a pass-out stamp
We thank you for leaving the following items at home: pets, balls, frisbees, bikes, scooters, skateboards, roller-skates/blades, party accessories - These items have the potential to cause harm to the animals and/or other visitors
Human food can be very dangerous for animals, so please feed only the food we provide
Don't forget to familiarise yourself with our Conditions Of Entry before your visit
Thank you and have a great day at Caversham Wildlife Park
We are located inside Whiteman Park, at 'The Village'.
PLEASE NOTE - Due to the installation of Metronet, there are road works and road closures surrounding Whiteman Park.
There are 3 entrances into Whiteman Park. While there is Metronet construction works at all 3 entrances, they all remain fully accessible.
We are located at - 233 Drumpellier Drive WHITEMAN.
There are three entrances into Whiteman Park - Drumpellier Drive (enter at the roundabout), Beechboro Road North (off Hepburn Avenue and Tonkin Hwy) and Dulwich Street (off Marshall Road).
27/09 Update - The roundabout on Marshall Road/Dulwich Street is temporarily closed. A detour is in place, approx 200m WEST on Marshall Road.
Entry into Whiteman Park is free.
Parking is free. Car park 8 is the closest to Caversham Wildlife Park.
Please do not leave valuables inside your vehicle.
PLEASE NOTE - Due to the installation of Metronet (see above) we recommend you check public transport services carefully.
For Bus & Train timetable, please call the Transperth Info Line on 136 213 or click here for an online Journey Planner
Bus Number 955 departs daily from Morley Station and Bassendean Station to Ellenbrook (get off at the Whiteman Park entrance, on Drumpellier Drive)
If traveling by train, you can get off at the Bassendean Train Station and then catch the 955 bus service to Ellenbrook.
There is a 15-20 minute walk from the bus stop (Whiteman Park entrance on Drumpellier Drive) to Caversham Wildlife Park.
Alternatively, you can catch a taxi to Caversham Wildlife Park. When you are ready to leave, we can call a taxi to pick you up.
You will be provided with a complimentary map on arrival
The animals and plants in this section represent the tropical part of our fascinating country. Complete with a peaceful walk-through aviary, this section is the start of your relaxing journey around the park.
The animals and plants in this section represent our very own part of Australia. Here you will see many species that are found locally around Perth, and the South West. You will see some amazing bird life in the walk-through aviary. Be sure to stop by the Penguin Pool. And don’t forget to have some photos taken with the spectacular Australian Grass Trees.
The animals and plants in this section represent Australia’s most arid region. Embark on a journey of red, rocky landscapes, sounds of Kookaburra calls and balmy outback atmosphere.
South East - Koala Section
Here you can view the koalas anytime, and attend one of the daily photo sessions. Other animals and plants in this section represent the diversity of the coastal, forest and mountainous areas in Australia’s south east corner. There is an aromatic scent of Eucalyptus in this section.
This spacious and relaxing exhibit runs through the middle of the park. Here you are able to engage with a variety of species of kangaroos and wallabies. Kangaroo food is provided here.
For those who prefer to view reptiles behind glass, this is the place to come, with a great range of pythons, monitors, lizards, dragons, turtles and even frogs, there is plenty to see!
If you'd like to have a feel of some gorgeous reptile skin during your visit, be sure to visit Meet The Wombat & Friends!
This is where some of our most cheeky animals reside! Get up close and personal with a variety of friendly animals in the barns, and then take a walk through the paddocks to meet some of the larger animals, such as the ostrich and buffalo.
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