Caversham Wildlife Park is located in Whiteman Park. To get to Whitman Park, a self-driving person can set "Lord Street entrance" or "Beechboro Road entrance" on GPS. Parks are free, parking spaces are too many, and they are free. Parking lot No. 8 is closest to the entrance of Kevison Wildlife Park. There are two cases when self-driving inputs GPS - "(1) Lord Street, Whiteman, 6068 (-31.833524, 115.952877); (2) Beechboro Road, Whiteman, 6068 (-31.847378, 115.924681). It only takes about 15-20 minutes from downtown to here. It's very convenient. The environment is very comfortable, the kangaroos are scary, and basically free-range, and jump high, but also very greedy. In addition to kangaroos, the regular time will "release" lizards, snakes, wombats, sheep, spiders and so on "exotic animals" let you stand in line and take pictures randomly, the more amazing is the wombat, it is big, ugly, fat, but also a little cute, ugly lovely. Everyone seems to have lost the first time to see this creature, so the "stall" of the wombat has the largest number of people, and everyone rushes to take photos with it. 。 In addition, koalas also appear several times a day, you can make close contact with them, but this East is too lazy, 1,000 times lazy than Chinese Bear X, really can not appreciate its loveliness.
The zoo is located in Whitman Park. There are Australia's national treasure kangaroos and koalas. Kangaroos can be caressed and fed freely. Kangaroo food is free! This is much better than in China! We had 53 Australian dollars a year or two. The children fed kangaroos happily. Koalas could touch and take pictures at the prescribed time. There were many parrots in the zoo. There were also car museums beside the zoo and children's playgrounds. The Whitman Park closed at 6 p.m. When we went out, there were many kangaroos jumping across the road.
Kervison Wildlife Park is the largest zoo in Western Australia. There are many animals and excellent habitats, including koalas, kangaroos and other Australian endemic animals. It's very interesting to have a wool shearing show in the door. It also has close contact with kangaroos and koalas.
] Comfortable environment, comfortable free animals, the babies here completed many first life, the first time to feed kangaroos, the first time to touch snakes, the first time to milk, the first time to see wool shearing, the first time to feed baby goats, the first time to close contact with wombats.
Wildlife parks can get close contact with Australian-specific animals, such as kangaroos, koalas and wombats. They can also feed kangaroos in the kangaroo Park themselves. Kangaroos see you feed them all jumping towards you. They are very strong. It really hurts to step under your feet. Staff follow you all the way, but they are all in English.
Here you can touch kangaroos and koalas. Although there are not as many species of animals as Perth zoo, you can get close to these Australian-specific animals. For example, poke wombat's belly, touch lamb deer or something. You can take a train to Guidford and come by bike to visit the Swan Valley. Maps of Swan Valley are distributed free of charge at Guidford's tourist center. Unfortunately, public transport is not particularly convenient. It's better to drive there.