The Children’s Forest Whiteman Park is an amazing community initiative to teach children about revegetation and the precious environment we have in Australia.

This area of the park is fenced to keep it roo free and there are various sections and stages where groups and individuals sponsor to help re-vegetate and grow plants which will be used around the park in the future.

Children's Forest Whiteman Park

If you head to the visitor centre first in the Village you can grab a “50 things to do in the Children’s Forest” and head off to explore and find all the things on your lists.

children's forest whiteman park




children's forest whiteman park

There are huts, bridges, stepping stones, hidden animals, and many more things for the kids to spy along the way and mark of their list.

Children's Forest Whiteman Park

Children’s Forest Whiteman Park is located between the village and mussel pool, walking distance for even the little explorers, and entry is free.

Children's Forest Whiteman Park




Find out more by visiting whitemanpark.com.au

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About Kelly Maloney

Kelly is a busy mum of one, and has a background as a professional photographer running her home studio, KAM Images Photography for 10 years, which now Instagrams under the banner of #letsgomum. She also has an online body shop, The Spa Bar, specializing in vegan cocktail inspired bath bombs. She also is avidly fundraising for muscular dystrophy WA through Ari's Cause. Most recently she juggles Miss 8, healthy clean living and managing her husbands joint venture in CK Maloney Surveying, whilst developing an aerial photography division.

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  1. […] Get Close to Nature at The Children’s Forest The Children’s Forest is a community initiative aimed to teach children about revegetation and environment in Australia. This area of the park is fenced to keep it free from Kangaroos. Grab a list of  “50 things to do in the Children’s Forest” from the Visitor Centre and explore huts, bridges, stepping stones, hidden animals and much more for kids to spy along the way and mark of their list. The forest is located between the village and mussel pool and entry is free. Read the Buggybuddys review. […]

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