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Whiteman Park

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Lot 99 Lord St | Whiteman WA, Whiteman, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6068, Australia
+61 8 9209 6000
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Whiteman Park is a unique conservation and recreation reserve, covering 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities just 25 minutes from the Perth CBD. The Park, located on the doorstep of the Swan Valley, boasts a fantastic array of attractions and facilities making it a great destination for families and tourists alike. Best of all, entry to the Park is free. The extensive array of attractions includes the popular Caversham Wildlife Park, where you can feed the kangaroos, pat a koala and meet a wombat. While evening tours of Woodland Reserve offer you a rare view of the Park at night - and a rarer encounter with the endangered woylie, a cute hopping mammal that is thriving in the protected sanctuary at Whiteman Park. Discover our rich transport heritage story in three museums - Revolutions Transport Museum, the impressive Motor Museum of WA and the Tractor Museum of WA. Then explore the Park by vintage train or tram, taking a leisurely trip through remnant farmland and natural bushland; or on a guided tour by vintage bus each Monday. Take delight in wandering through the Children's Forest with the kids, searching for intriguing artworks - from the peeking possum to a life-size wedge-tailed eagle's nest and golden echidna - whilst finding out more about our native bushland. Open every day of the year, the picturesque grounds of the Village and Mussel Pool areas are perfect for picnics with lush lawns, shady trees and well-appointed facilities including playgrounds, a splash pool, ample BBQs and shelters. Other facilities include three bush walking trails, 14km of shared use paths, and a dog exercise area, A variety of quaint Village shops including the Print, Pottery and Handcraft shops, The Lolly Stop and Village Art Gallery round out the attractions, all of which are wheelchair accessible.
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Lot 99 Lord St | Whiteman WA, Whiteman, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6068, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Free access to this excellent well maintained parkland with children's playground areas and BBQ and picnic facilities. Museums (entry by donation), Train and tram rides (nominal charge), numerous kangaroos. Well worth a visit.

Thank Rev1001
Debbie C, Front Office Manager at Whiteman Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for the review. Next time you visit, please call into the Visitor Information Centre and pick up the activity sheets for the Children's Forest.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Whiteman's Park is surrounded by beautiful bushland areas, bush-walk trails, vintage train and tram rides, Tractor and Motor Museum, lolly shop and playground areas. The park is a great place to spend the whole day with family and friends. Its an ideal place to experience...More

Thank Manté V
Debbie C, Front Office Manager at Whiteman Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you for your review!

Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We travelled by train and bus which connected nicely and then called for the courtesy bus which was prompt. Set in a beautiful well cared for park with no entry fees we wandered among the attractions and displays. Well worth the visit especially the train...More

1  Thank Victor M
Debbie C, Front Office Manager at Whiteman Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you for your review. I'm pleased that you enjoyed your visit.

Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

Lots to do, lots to see. You can easily spend a day here walking around and sight seeing. Worth a visit if you feel like a day out. You can go and see the wildlife park also

Thank PerthTraveller1997
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Located not far from Perth centre the main park are is a couple of km from any of the main road entrances. Even though there's plenty of parking I had difficulty finding a space when we visited on a bank holiday weekend and the second...More

Thank nnmercman
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Very enjoyable and interesting, the kids loved it especially the Farm show . Lots of fun at the Motor Museum and the play area and pool

Thank mezzameister
Debbie C, Front Office Manager at Whiteman Park, responded to this reviewResponded 25 May 2017

I'm delighted to hear that you had an enjoyable visit with your family.

Reviewed 17 April 2017

If you're visiting Perth or a local, then Whiteman Park is a lovely day out. Free entry and plenty to see & do. Caversham wildlife Park is also situated in these grounds, but you have to pay to get in to see the Australiana of...More

1  Thank solotravellerPerth
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

I live about 5kms away so Whiteman Park is a frequent place for our family to visit... and it never fails to disappoint. This time, we took a ride on the trams (cost just over $13 for a family return ticket) which took us for...More

Thank Hywel J
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We took our 5 year old grandson, and we all had a great day. I thought we'd spend a couple of hours and then leave, stayed nearly all day as our grandson was having such a good time. First we went on the train, saw...More

Thank Lauris N
Debbie C, Front Office Manager at Whiteman Park, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2017

Thanks for the review. I'm pleased that you had an enjoyable visit. As you've discovered there is so much to see and do at Whiteman Park.

Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

I would not recommend visiting Whiteman Park during the week. Barely anything was open and it was totally dead! The children's forest was enjoyable, and without that it might have been a wasted day.

Thank Macfari
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MoiraK
I have 5 Malay friends that are staying overnight in Perth CBD and interested in going to Whiteman Park. Can you get there by public transport?
1 November 2016|
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Response from Debbie C | Property representative |
Hello Moira, You can take public transport to Whiteman Park from Perth CBD. Take the train from Perth to Bassendean Train Station. Catch the 955 bus service to Ellenbrook; there is a bus stop directly outside our Lord... More
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MH1001
How much is the entrance fee?
30 October 2015|
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Response from Debbie C | Property representative |
It is free to enter Whiteman Park, however entry fees apply to some attractions and a charge is made for train and tram rides.
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PingAshlyn
Which is better for kids : the Train ride or Tram ride? (because both operates on different day on weekdays so need to decide which day to go). We are going in june. Thank you!
23 April 2015|
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Response from Debbie C | Property representative |
Both rides will provide an enjoyable experience for kids. The tram is cheaper ($2.50 child and $5.00 adults) but the train fare is for an 'all day ticket' priced at $4 child and $8 adults. The train represents better value... More
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