Perth, Australia is a beautiful city with unlimited things to do. One “must do” is a visit to the Caversham Wildlife Park which is a quick 30 minute drive outside the city proper. Although Australia has some of the most deadly creatures in all the world, they also have some of the most wonderful.
I was able to visit this beautiful “land down under” with my husband as he was there for a conference. I did quite a lot of sight-seeing and exploring while he was at his meetings by using the city’s free bus system (I think this may have clinched my love of being a “kept woman”, but I digress). You can find out more about these buses on my earlier post, Free Self-Guided Bus Tour in Perth, Australia. For the Caversham Wildlife Park, however, we were able to visit it together. It was fantastic!
Here you can walk among the kangaroos and even feed them! They are such sweet animals. You can also view the park’s adorable koalas, take in a western show featuring a number of native wildlife like wombats and wallabies, or roam the fairly expansive grounds.
The park also features a number of native birds and hosts a variety of botanical vegetation. They also have a good amount of reptiles for viewing which I stayed away from for the most part, no sense in tempting fate.
Caversham Wildlife Park really is a place not to be missed. Find out more about this spot by visiting their website at www.cavershamwildlife.com.au.