Whiteman Park is a unique recreation and conservation reserve that covers nearly 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities in Perth’s northern suburbs.
Whiteman Park is full of fun and interesting things to do with the kids, every day of the year, and school holidays are no different!
When was the last time you selfied with a koala?
Rode on an old-fashioned tram?
Or just simply wandered amongst the native bushland?
Whiteman Park is a unique recreation and conservation reserve that covers nearly 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities in Perth’s northern suburbs. Open every day of the year, you can enjoy a day out with the family, making use of the pristine picnic grounds and barbeque facilities nestled amongst native Australian bushland. From seeing native wildlife at Caversham Wildlife Park and exploring the Children’s Forest with activity sheets in hand, to hopping aboard the vintage trains and trams, there are so many opportunities to entertain the kids at Whiteman Park.
- Caversham Wildlife Park
- Bush walk trails
- Children’s Forest
- Woylie Walks in Woodland Reserve
- Heritage electric tram rides
- Vintage train rides
- Motor Museum of WA
- Revolutions Transport Museum
- Tractor Museum of WA
- Whiteman Explorer
- Hop-On, Hop-Off Heritage Bus tours
- Pia’s Place all-abilities nature playspace
- Mini Pool Playground (Oct-Apr)
- Picnic areas and playgrounds
- Pedal Play
- Sports court and cricket pitch
- Dog Park
- Orienteering course
- Village Shops
- Café, kiosk, lolly shop and more
Most attractions are open every single day of the school holidays and there are plenty of both paid and free things to do. Don’t miss the school holiday special Kids Woylie Walks (excluding winter holidays) or the interactive transport-themed activities at Revolutions Transport Museum, and much more. Check out what’s on at www.whitemanpark.com.au
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