Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Zoos & Wildlife Sanctuaries, Western Australia

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Big Swamp Wildlife Park
Big Swamp Wildlife Park in Bunbury, Western Australia has over sixty species of Australian birds and mammals. Visitors can walk amongst the birds and hand feed the parrots in the large free flight aviary. The park has landscaped aviaries and... Click to continue>
Caversham Wildlife Park & Zoo
Whiteman Park
Caversham Wildlife Park & Zoo is a private wildlife park located about 20 kilometres from the centre of Perth. The park started in 1987 with a small collection of animals and birds on a two hectare property. In May 2003 the park relocated to... Click to continue>
Cohunu Koala Park
Cohunu Koala Park is located on fourteen hectares of bushland about forty minutes drive from Perth in Western Australia. The Cohunu Koala Park colony was established in 1982, with four koalas from South Australia. There is now a colony of over 25... Click to continue>
Eagles Heritage
Margaret River
Eagles Heritage at Margaret River is the largest wildlife centre dedicated to raptors in Australia, and is home to the largest collection of Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and Owls in the country. The park is set on nine acres of natural bushland. Eagles... Click to continue>
Marapana Wildlife Park
Marapana Wildlife Park is located about 40 minutes drive south of Perth. The park is set on 15 acres, and is designed for visitors to enjoy hands on experience with the animals. Most of the animals roam free, and visitors are free to feed and pat... Click to continue>
Naturaliste Reptile Park
Margaret River
Naturaliste Reptile Park is a small reptile park in Margaret River region of Western Australia that showcases local Western Australian reptiles and frogs. The park is owned and operated by stonemason Roger Jackson and his partner Kim, and opened in... Click to continue>
Peel Zoo And Botanical Gardens
Peel Zoo and Botanical Gardens houses one of the largest collections of birds in Western Australia. The zoo has 136 separate aviaries including huge walk in aviaries, all set in tropical and native surrounds. Peel is one of Australia’s newest Zoos,... Click to continue>
Perth Zoo
Perth Zoo is situated the on the banks of the Swan River just five minutes from the centre of Perth. The Zoo opened in 1898, and has been open every day since then. Although Perth Zoo is fairly small, it is one of the best Zoos in Australia. The... Click to continue>
Wave Rock Wildlife Park
Wave Rock is a natural granite rock formation located 3km east of the town of Hyden in Western Australia. The formation is 14 metres high, and 110m long and is shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave. The total outcrop covers several hectares. The... Click to continue>

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