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Whiteman Park is open today from
8:30 am
‘til 6:00 pm.

Visitor Information

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How To Get Here

Entry off Drumpellier Drive
(ex. Lord Street) or Beechboro Road,
Whiteman, Western Australia.

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Hire Facilities

We have over 30 shelters that are
available for hire, all featuring
tables and seating.

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What's On

Join us for our guided tours, special events, exhibitions and more!

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Disabled Access

Our shops, toilets and most
attractions are fully accessible,
with ramps to all buildings.

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Our Mission

We are dedicated to the education and conservation of environmental, transport and cultural heritage.
Fauna - 2018 wedge tailed eaglet chicks - courtesy of Simon Cherriman
With its vast tracts of banksia woodland, Whiteman Park is a significant conservation reserve that boasts a huge number of native flora and fauna species.

Nearly half of the Park’s land is retained for the conservation of wildlife, providing a protected habitat for a wealth of plant and animal species native to the area.


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Whiteman Park education students explore the childrens forest WEB
Whiteman Park offers a range of education programs that have been designed to allow students to learn as they play, beyond the classroom.


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Whiteman Park acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land upon which we sit. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, their descendants who are with us today and those who will follow in their footsteps.