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Join a special edition of the Nocturnal Woylie Walk

These Autumn school holidays, Whiteman Park is inviting children aged 4 and up to explore its unique bushland habitats at dusk, when the woylies and quenda come out to play!

This special kid-friendly edition of the popular Nocturnal Woylie Walk will be held on the 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th April from 6 pm! Limited places are available and tickets are selling fast.

This interactive tour of Woodland Reserve is shorter than the regular Nocturnal Woylie Walk and allows children to:

  • DISCOVER Woodland Reserve, Whiteman Park's premier conservation facility that offers protected habitat for rare and endangered WA animals.

  • MEET the education animals, including some cool reptiles or a playful possum (if she is behaving!) for some hands-on learning.

  • ENJOY Woodland Reserve, visiting the wetland and spending lots of time in the soft-release enclosure where you canů

  • SEE the critically endangered woylie and quendas going about their evening business and feeding at your feet!

    It's sure to be a memorable experience for all the family!

    Bookings are essential and funds from tour fees go towards the upkeep of the Reserve and its inhabitants.

    Bookings can be made online or by telephoning (08) 9209 6000.

    The guided tour costs $22 for adults, $18 for children and $70 for a family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children).

    For more information on this unique experience, please visit the Whiteman Park website.

    The regular Nocturnal Woylie Walks (for ages 6 and up) are also running every Friday this April - check out upcoming sessions here.

    Note: Participants should have a moderate level of fitness to enjoy these tours. Tours proceed subject to weather conditions.

     

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    Where: Whiteman Park, 233 Drumpellier Drive formerly, 99 Lord Street, Whiteman WA 6068
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