Situated just 25 minutes East of Perth,  Caversham Wildlife Park offers you the chance to get up close to some of the best of Aussie Wildlife.

At Caversham Wildlife Park in Western Australia, you can feed Kangaroos, stroke a Koala, and have a photo with a Wombat.

Your Caversham experience is not complete without visiting the Molly’s Farm , which is an interactive farm yard where you can feed the animals.

Finally watch the farm show where you can see sheep shearing, watch the sheepdogs muster the sheep and meet a stockman on a horse.

Whiteman Park also offers some great entertainment ideas for the family; including vintage train rides, transport museum, shops, cafes and art galleries.

How To Get To Caversham Wildlife Park:

By Car:
Caversham Wildlife Park is in Whiteman Park, just east of Perth and is easily accessible by car. Once you enter Whiteman Park, simply follow the signs to Caversham Wildlife Park – car park 8 is the closest car park to the entrance.

By Public Transport:
Catch a train from Perth Train Station to Bassendean Station (along the Midland Train Line) and then take bus number 955 or 956 to Whiteman Park. Visit the Transperth website for more information and timetables.

On a Group Tour:
Guided tours are an easy, hassle free way to visit Caversham Wildlife Park and they operate regularly and most pickup from city accommodation.

Koala at Caversham Wildlife Park Koala at Caversham Wildlife Park
Kangaroo feeding at Caversham Wildlife Park Kangaroo feeding at Caversham Wildlife Park

At Explore Tours Perth, we offer 3 ways to get to Caversham Wildlife Park:

Caversham Shuttle Bus

Door To Door Drop-Off and Pick-Up Service

Caversham Wildlife Park - Kangaroos

Our shuttle bus collects you from your city hotel or apartment and drops you off for a  morning’s exploration of Caversham Wildlife Park. Your entry fee to the park is included in the price. You will then be picked up at lunchtime and dropped back at your starting point.

$39 Per Adult

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Penguin Island, Glass-Bottom Boat & Caversham Wildlife Park

Penguin Island Ferry

This full day tour takes you from your hotel to Penguin Island to enjoying Penguin feeding, and a glass bottom boat ride. After lunch, you visit Caversham Wildlife Park to enjoy Kangaroos, Koalas, Sheep shearing and a farm show up close. You are then returned to your hotel.

$189 Per Adult

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Caversham Wildlife Park, Swan Valley Lunch, Sandboarding and the Pinnacles

This packed full day tour starts with a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park, followed by lunch at a Swan Valley Vineyard. After lunch, the tour heads north for some sandboarding at Lancelin sand dunes and a chance to experience the iconic Pinnacles rock formations.

$179 Per Adult

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