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Caversham Wildlife Park

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Published September 20th 2011
Caversham Wildlife Park is owned by a Non-Government group of family in Western Australia. The park eventually came into prominence from 1987 and this is the year when the park was purchased. The owners are David and Pat, a West Australian Couple and after some years, their children David and Debbie joined the recreational job of maintaining the park. Although birds and animals of the park are being exchanged now and then for breeding purposes, it also houses numerous rarely found animals and birds on its own.

Significant Attractions

The main and interesting attractions of the park are Kangaroos feeding, Molly's farm, Visiting the Koalas, Wombat and Friends show and the Farm show. All these entertainments are available daily. In order to enjoy the weekends, animal presentations are exhibited for the visitors and kids like Studies on Tailed Eagle (wedge) and Dingo. The animal presentations are also available during School and public holidays.

Divisions of the Caversham Wildlife Park

The Caversham Wildlife Park is divided into six different parts namely North, North East, South East, South West, Molly's farm and Kangaroo enclosure. The entrance of the park is marked by the North division and it consists of an aviary walking region. The next division is occupied by the Kangaroo enclosure. You will be having fun with the wallabies and various Kangaroo species. The subsequent region is the South West division where spectacular shots of trees and grass can be taken. Molly's Farm spreads out from the South West region with its awesome barns, ostriches, donkeys, buffalos and cute birds. An arid ambience could be experienced in the North division next to Molly's farm. Finally, the South East region occupies the aromatic Eucalyptus.

Visiting Costs and Opening Hours

The visiting costs are $22 for adults and $9.50 for Children. The Children must be of ages between 3 and 14. Aged people and students can make use of the concessions available too. Even gift vouchers are applicable to visit the park and avail its various features, animal shows and event.

The park is open to visit on all days except on Christmas. The timing is between 9AM to 5.30PM. Three hours is sufficient to enjoy the whole park. The Koalas can be met between 10AM and 4.30PM, Molly's farm is available to see between 9AM and 4.30PM, Farm show is open to view at 10AM, 1PM and 3PM and the Kangaroos are allowed to view between 9AM and 5.30PM.

Way to Caversham Wildlife Park

The Caversham Wildlife Park is located within the Whiteman Park. Parking is free as well. Booking facilities are available for touring purposes too. Taxis and buses are readily available to reach the park region.

Apart from these features, Volunteer and employment programs are available too. You can enroll in the volunteer opportunities by filling and sending the application available online at their site. For more info, click here.
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Why? Visiting and enjoying all the features at low cost
When: Monday to Saturday-Between 9 AM and 5.30PM
Where: Perth
Cost: $22 for Adults
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