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Kids – have you ever wanted to see Whiteman Park at night, when all the animals come out?

Visitor Information

Next Date

Tuesday, September 29
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Time

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Price

From $18.00pp

Location

Woodland Reserve Interpretive Centre
Car park 5a, Village

If the answer is yes, then join us for a special ‘edition’ of the Nocturnal Woylie Walk these school holidays!

Our Kids Woylie Walks are a fantastic opportunity to see our native woylies and quenda feeding thanks to our special night lighting, and a chance to marvel in a night-time experience at Whiteman Park!

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Guided Tours Kids Woylie Walk guide pointing

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 or a playful possum (if she is behaving!) for some hands on learning.

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 and the quendas going about their evening business and feeding at your feet!

Bookings are essential for these popular tours, with funds from your tour fees going towards the upkeep of the Reserve and its inhabitants.

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Tour information

Costs
Adults$22.00
Children$18.00
Concession$18.00
Family (2A+2C)$70.00




CONDITIONS

– Participants should have a moderate level of fitness to enjoy these tours.

– Tours proceed subject to weather conditions.

Peanuts are used during these tours, so please advise on booking if you or anyone in your party has a nut allergy.

– Online bookings close at 1.00pm on the day of the tour.

– Check your selected tour date on carefully before proceeding with your booking.

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Fauna fact sheets About Woodland Reserve
Upcoming Dates

Tuesday, September 29
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday, September 30
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Tuesday, October 6
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday, October 7
6:00pm - 8:00pm