Woodland Reserve is Whiteman Park’s premier conservation program, providing a world class breeding facility for rare and endangered fauna of the state, including the critically endangered woylie.
Encompassing over 200 hectares of natural and rehabilitated woodlands, Woodland Reserve is Whiteman Park's premier conservation program and a world-class breeding facility for rare and endangered Western Australian fauna.
Within the specially designed, electrified predator-proof facility, the critically endangered woylie (brush-tailed bettong or Bettongia penicillata), quenda (southern brown bandicoot or Isoodon obesulus) and short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) reside, along with a number of species of lizards, owls, micro bats, snakes, falcons, skinks, eagles, hawks, honeyeaters, ducks and more.
Visitors to the Reserve will encounter heathlands, melaleuca damplands and banksia woodlands - all of which are important habitats for the fauna of the Swan Coastal Plain and thus, the Reserve.
This is a fantastic opportunity to see native fauna in their natural habitat, close to Perth.
For tour dates, see the 'Events' listing, or for more information about the Reserve, see the 'Conservation Reserve' page.
Photo courtesy of Houndstooth Studio.