Beautiful Perth : Caversham Wildlife Park

What is a visit to Australia without checking out Koalas and Kangaroos… 😉

During our planning for the trip, we were deciding between Perth Zoo and Caversham Wildlife Park due to the limited time we had. After much consideration, we decided to check out Caversham Wildlife Park 😉 a perfect choice I must say as everyone is happy and this mother for once, enjoyed herself to the max too 😉

Located within Whiteman Park, Caversham Wildlife Park is one of Perth’s most exciting tourist attractions which showcase one of the largest native wildlife in Western Australia.


Here, one is able to hand-feed kangaroos, enjoy the interactive shows and even have photo taken with Koalas! And I get to stroke the Koalas 😍


Learn all about sheep 🐑 shearing and milking the cow 😉


There are also many interesting animals around the park giving family of all ages wonderful and memorable experience 😉 indeed a fantastic experience.


And what is even better…. photo opportunities and animal foods around the park are included in your entrance fees 😉

Note to everyone interested in visiting, do ensure that you arrive before 3 pm to ensure that you maximize your time here. And allow at least 3 hours of visitation timing.

My favorite is definitely the walk around the Kangaroos enclosure…. we have first hand experience feeding these beautiful native animal of Australia 😍

And we get to get up-close and personal with wallaby, a small sized macropod found in Australia and New Guinea. Wallaby is also known as a smaller version of Kangaroo.

Caversham Wildlife Park is a must visit in Perth!

For more information, check out their website: Caversham Wildlife Park Website


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