Kids - have you ever wanted to see Whiteman Park at night, when all the animals come out?
If the answer is yes, then join us for a special 'edition' of the Nocturnal Woylie Walk these school holidays! This is a fantastic experience where you can watch woylies and quenda feed thanks to our special night lighting and marvel in this night-time experience!
DISCOVER Woodland Reserve, Whiteman Park's premier conservation facility that offers protected habitat for rare and endangered WA animals.
MEET our education animals, including some cool reptiles, a playful possum (if she is behaving!) and a tawny frogmouth.
ENJOY a specially-designed, shorter tour of Woodland Reserve, visiting the wetland and spending lots of time in the soft-release enclosure where you can...
SEE the critically endangered woylie, as well as the Tasmanian native sugar gliders and the quendas in the Reserve.
And best of all, take home a special memento of your tour!
Bookings are essential on 9209 6000. Participants should have a moderate level of fitness to enjoy these tours.
Dates: Wednesday 8 and 15 April, 2015
Location: Woodland Reserve, Whiteman Park (detailed location provided on booking)
Time: 6.00pm start. Duration is 1.5-2 hours.
Cost: Adults $12.00, Children $10.00, Family (2A 2C) $40.00
Bookings: Essential on 9209 6000.
Participants should have a moderate level of fitness to enjoy these tours. Suitable for kids 5 – 12 years old, parental supervision required.
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.