Whiteman Park Perth W.A.
Whiteman Park Recreation and Conservation Reserve is only 15km from Perth CBD. I found this to be a very wheelchair friendly weekend adventure close to the centre of Perth.
Some disabled access facts:
Whiteman Park has two standard wheelchairs available to borrow from the Visitor Information Centre from 8.30am–5pm, Monday to Friday and 10am–4pm, Saturday and Sunday (available outside office hours by prior arrangement).
Village shops and toilets are accessible by wheelchair and there are ramps at the entrance to all buildings.
Additionally, a dedicated train carriage has been constructed by the Bennett Brook Railway to enable visitors in wheelchairs to enjoy train rides around the Park.
Companion Card program
Whiteman Park also participates in the Companion Card program. Free entry is available when the card is shown at the following attractions: Caversham Wildlife Park, the Birds of Prey Flying Display and the Motor Museum.
Discounted fares are given on Train Rides upon presentation of the card.
Please note that Tram Rides lack disabled access, as do the toilet facilities in car park 5.
Whiteman Park Attractions
While in Whiteman Park, you can visit the following attractions:
• Tram & Train Rides
• Caversham Wildlife Park
• Motor & Tractor Museums
• Revolutions (transport heritage centre)
• Whiteman Explorer (vintage bus tour)
• Print Shop
• Pottery Centre
• Handcraft Centre
• Art Gallery
• Lolly Shop
• Intrinsic Holistic Well-being
There are also a variety of children’s amusements, including numerous playgrounds, a paddling pool a great place in summer and the bouncy castle.
Whiteman Park is home to a number of tranquil bushwalks and cycle trails. There are approx 70 BBQ and picnic areas inside Whiteman Park.
There is also a license cafe, for dine in or take away lunches.
Whiteman Park is a Recreation & Conservation Reserve, that is approximately 4300 hectares; that’s about 10 times larger than Kings Park. Kings Park is located in the Perth CBD area.
How to Get There
You will find detailed instructions on how to get there by visitng the
Caversham Wildlife Park
page. The instructions are at the bottom of the page.
For further information, you can contact Whiteman Park on
Phone 9209 6000 or
To obtain further information, please contact the Whiteman Park Education Officer on
Phone 9209 6000
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