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Event Listing

Guided Tours

A tour of Woodland Reserve is like no other.

Experience Whiteman Park when it is at its most active on an evening tour of Woodland Reserve. As the Park's premier conservation facility, Woodland Reserve offers a protected habitat for the highly successful captive breeding program for rare and endangered WA fauna.

This guided tour explores the Park's cross-section of Swan Coastal Plain habitats by torchlight before entering the soft-release enclosure,the heart of Woodland Reserve. Watch woylies and quenda feed thanks to our special night lighting and marvel in this experience - all so close to Perth!

Bookings are essential on 9209 6000. Participants should have a moderate level of fitness to enjoy these tours.

Dates:        Seasonal Friday nights, from September to May each year.
Woodland Reserve, Whiteman Park (detailed location provided on booking)
         6.00pm - 7.30pm (subject to seasonal change)
          Adults $10.00, Children $7.00, Family (2A 2C) $30.00
The funds from your tour fees goes to the upkeep of the Reserve and its inhabitants.

Click here to find out more about Woodland Reserve.

If you have an interest in bird-spotting, or simply haven’t yet taken the time to explore and enjoy the Werillyiup trail, then we recommend you join us for this guided tour of Horse Swamp.

Our fabulous volunteers guide will introduce you to the flora and fauna of this interesting ecosystem, which will be teeming with birdlife thanks to winter rains. With so much activity, it is the perfect time of year to discover this wetland wonder!

Bookings are recommended as places are limited on 9209 6000 or

Location: Mussel Pool East, meeting at the Tram Stop, opposite the Dog Park
Time: 11.00am, walk goes for approximately one hour.
Dates: Saturday 9 & 23 August, 2014
Cost: Free, but bookings recommended. 

Please note: Moderate to good fitness levels and enclosed walking shoes are required for this walk. Tours proceed subject to weather conditions.

Get your torches out and join us for a special guided walk through the Whiteman Park bushland.

Many Australian marsupials are on the brink of extinction and we need your help to record the animals you see along the way. Join us as we search for the distinctive 'eye glow' of the Park's resident (and maybe non-resident) fauna. Your findings* will assist with conservation efforts and raising community awareness on marsupials, their habitats and threats to survival.

If you are interested in coming along, please contact us on 9209 6000 or by Thursday 2 October. Participants will need to wear a long sleeve shirt and pants, enclosed shoes, and bring a torch along on the night.

Location: Whiteman Park, meet at the Visitor Information Centre in the Village
Time: 5.45pm – 8.00pm
Dates: Wednesday 8 & 15 October, 2014
Cost: Free, but booking is essential.

*Findings are collated by the Perth Zoo in Western Australia, as a part of the Australia-wide Tronox Night Stalk program. Visit for more details.

Special Events

Whiteman Park are supporting Men of the Tree's coming Guinness World Record attempt.

What is this record that they are trying to break, you ask?

To plant 100,000 native seedlings in just ONE HOUR!

The attempt will take place on Friday 25 July, on a section of Whiteman Park land bounded by Alexander Drive and Hepburn Avenue. To make this happen, we're seeking 4,000 enthusiastic planters!

If you're interested in joining the attempt, either within a team of 50 planters, or as a corporate supporter, please contact Paula at Men of the Trees on 9250 1888.

Australia’s largest community tree planting event is coming up on Sunday 27 July and Whiteman Park is inviting you to join in!

The staff at Whiteman Park will be hosting a free planting day from 9.00am to 12.00pm, allowing members of the public to help revegetate a site along Whiteman Drive West. We are aiming to see up to 2,000 native seedlings planted as part of National Tree Day 2014.

This year's planting site is near the Lookout on Whiteman Drive West, approximately 1.2km in from Beechboro Road.

Participants only need to wear sturdy, enclosed shoes and weather-appropriate clothing (gloves are optional); all the required planting tools will be provided by the Park. Participants will also receive a small thank-you gift!

To find out more about National Tree Day or to register your attendance for the Whiteman Park planting, visit

Location: Limited parking is available in the Lookout car park. Alternatively, you can park in Car park 27 at Mussel Pool, and walk ~1.5km to site via the existing asphalted path, following the signs to the planting site.
Time: 9.00am - 12.00pm
Cost: Free!

This year sees the Quit Targa West Rally return to Whiteman Park on Thursday14 August for a double-take of action.

Utilising some of the park’s internal roads and linking in with the Motor Museum of WA, this is a test of driver's skills and is a must-see for the motoring enthusiasts!

Whiteman Park hosts the first stages of rally action on Thursday from 1.00pm, where the cars will compete over two special stages on Mussel Pool Road and Whiteman Drive West.

Check out for more detailed information, including spectator locations.

Location: Whiteman Park
Time: 1.00pm - 5.00pm
Cost: FREE

ATTENTION - Whiteman Drive West and Mussel Pool Road will be closed to all traffic from 7.00am on the day of the event. Please use the Lord Street entrance and park in the Village. The Dog Park will have limited access on this day also.

Meet the Bennett Brook Railway’s favourite little steamer, Ashley and all her engine friends – Planet, Rosalie, Betty Thompson and Wyndham on a day full of fun for the littlies! Don't miss all the excitement of the hissing steam engines*, dirty diesels and laden carriages tooting their way around 6km of track through Whiteman Park bushland. And all this under the watchful eye of the railway's very own station master!

Tickets are valid all day and include a farm animal display, train and bus rides, entry to Revolutions Transport Museum and loads of other great transport displays!

Proudly presented by Bennett Brook Railway at Whiteman Park:

Location:   Village Junction Station & Mussel Pool Station
Time:         9.30am – 4.00pm
Cost:          All tickets $15 (2yrs )^

*Weather conditions permitting.

^Early Bird Tickets: Pre-purchased credit card bookings will be available closer to the event. Check back for details.

NEXT EVENT: Sunday 24 May, 2015.

This one is a celebration especially for the Park's pooches!

Pick up tips and hints, loads of great pet products and more at Whiteman Park’s Doggies Day Out! There will also be hydrobaths and grooming available for your four-legged friends.

RSPCA WA Supporter

Location:    Village center, outside the Visitor Information Centre
Time:          10.00am - 2.00pm
Cost:           FREE!

Please note: Dogs are permitted and encouraged to attend the event, but must be on a lead at all times (unless inside the Dog Park). Dogs requiring muzzles by law must have one on at all times.


Event Registration

If you would like to be involved by taking a stall at Doggies Day Out, please do contact the Marketing and Events Officer on (08) 9209 6000. Registration closes on Friday September 12, 2014.
Download the 2014 Event Registration Kit and interactive 2014 Exhibitor Application Form.

Once a year, around Australia, children's rights are celebrated during Children's Week. Meerilinga Young Children's Foundation Incorporated is the convener for Children's Week in Western Australia.

The theme for the official opening of Children's Week this year is all about eating well to live well! Join Fairy Queen Caroline and Meerilinga for a family fun day full of opportunities for kids to enjoy PLAYING!  Activities and attractions include: farm animals, circus fun, heaps of art and craft activities, a Parents Expo, music, Fairy Queen Caroline and much, much more!

Visit for more information.

Location: Village West
Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm
Cost: Free