Caversham Wildlife Park

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Caversham Wildlife Park
Date opened2003 (Current location)
LocationWhiteman, Western Australia, Australia
Coordinates31°50′02″S 115°56′59″E / 31.833923°S 115.949737°E / -31.833923; 115.949737Coordinates: 31°50′02″S 115°56′59″E / 31.833923°S 115.949737°E / -31.833923; 115.949737
No. of animals2000+
No. of species200+
MembershipsZAA
Websitewww.cavershamwildlife.com.au

Caversham Wildlife Park is a wildlife park currently located in Whiteman Park in Western Australia. It is home to several Australian animals including kangaroos, koalas, possums, wallabies, wombats and Tasmanian devils.[1]

It was originally located in the locality of Caversham. The Park was bought by a couple, David and Pat, in 1988 and covered just 5 acres of land. It was later doubled in size when the couple bought the adjoining property and increased the number of animals.[2]

It shifted into Whiteman Park in 2003.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Caversham Wildlife Park". Whiteman Park.
  2. ^ "Our Story". Caversham Wildlife Park.
  3. ^ "Stars share the billing at wildlife park", Australasian Business Intelligence, COMTEX News Network, Inc: 1008142i3890, 23 May 2003, ISSN 1320-6680

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