Whiteman Park is a unique conservation and recreation reserve, covering 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities. Located just 25 minutes from Perth CBD, the Park sits on the doorstep of the Swan Valley.
You can experience something different every day at Whiteman Park – from world class conservation to the state's transport heritage, or simply enjoying some healthy recreation time with family and friends.
The Park is home to Revolutions Transport Museum, the popular Caversham Wildlife Park and the world-class conservation facility Woodland Reserve. A range of guided tours are offered, allowing visitors the chance to see and learn more about the Park.
There are also vast picnic grounds surrounded by beautiful natural bushland, playgrounds, bushwalk trails, vintage train and tram rides, the Tractor and Motor Museums of WA, a craft village, Dog Park, Children's Forest and more. The Park is open daily from 8.30am–6.00pm and entry is free.
Woodland Reserve is a protected habitat for rare and endangered WA fauna. You can experience the unique habitats of the Reserve, and see its wildlife in action, on this fantastic guided tour, just 20 minutes from the Perth CBD. Watch woylies and quendas feed and learn about the WA bush.
Jump aboard a beautifully restored vintage bus and enjoy a free tour of Whiteman Park each Monday at 11.00am and 1.00pm. Our volunteer guide will give you an insight into the beauty and wonder of the Park's natural spaces and a brief history of the area on this hour-long tour.
A great excursion for senior, social and tourist groups alike, Down Memory Lane tours will evoke memories of a lifetime or allow you to discover how previous generations lived, through the Park's transport heritage attractions. See items from the Whiteman Collection and enjoy a bus, train or tram ride.
Booking essential for tours