Caversham Wildlife Park

Posted April 25th, 2009 in Perth WA No Comments »

This Anzac day I spend whole day at Caversham Wildlife Park in Whiteman.  It was little cloudy, but luckily not raining.  It’s been cold weather since couple of weeks ago.  Change of season 🙂

At Whiteman Park, there are wide picnic spaces and some parks where kids can play around.  It’s free to enter this area, but you have to pay $22.00 per adult to enter wildlife park.

There are kangaroos, Koalas, lots of wild birds, llama, piggy, donkey, wallabies, goats, sheep, camel, wombat, Tasmanian devils, etc etc…

You can feed kangaroos, llama, and ride on camel.  You also can take photos with wombat at wombat shows which runs daily at 11am, 2pm and 3:45pm.

See more photos here 

On the way back home we stopped at Strawberry Farm which is located on the corner of Wilson Rd and Toodyay Rd (few hundreds meters after Roe Hwy from city)  This farm sells very sweet strawberries at very cheap price, but it’s now Autumn and not strawberry season, so we couldn’t get any strawberries.  Instead, I bought one small watermelon.  (cheap)  I should come back here in Spring for one huge tray of strawberries. 🙂

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