- published: 12 May 2013
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The relaxed isolation of Western Australia makes wild animal encounters an unusually freindly interaction.
⌚ Date: May 02, 2016 📷 GoPro Hero 4 Silver Caversham Wildlife Park is one of Perth’s most exciting tourist attractions, showcasing the largest private collection of native wildlife in Western Australia. The park is owned and operated by a Western Australian family without any Government assistance. Hand-feed the kangaroos, join in the interactive farm show, touch a possum or lizard, meet a wombat, and have photos taken with koalas with no extra money needed around the park. All of the shows, interactive experiences, photo opportunities and animal food are included in the entry fee! Caversham Wildlife Park is located inside Whiteman Park via either Lord Street entrance or Beechboro Road entrance. Free parking is available. Upon arrival, you will be given a park map. There are also sign ...
See what it's like to live and study in Perth, Western Australia! This amazing 3D 360 video of Perth is part of a series of VR experiences, all available on YouTube or via the StudyPerth VR app, available on iPhone and Android. Want to find out more about studying in Perth? Visit www.studyperth.com.au and get in touch! Study Perth would like to extend Special Thanks to: The City of Perth, The Government of Western Australia, Fringe World, Rottnest Express and Perth Airport. 360 Video Content and App produced by Viewport Studios.
Hi everyone! The third and final installment of my Australia trip! We drove back to Perth from Walpole and managed to hop into the Caversham Wildlife Park before it closed. These last two days were pretty much casual and relaxed with not much on the itinerary. Did a bit of shopping at Murray Street & Hay Street, got our nature fix at Kings Park, had breakfasts at two different Farmers Markets etc. Hope you liked this three-part series of my Australia trip! Missing the place already! If you've missed out on the previous episodes: Part 1: Perth, Bunbury, Busselton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eknZ2cnw6bo Part 2: Margaret River, Walpole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biaoRCYBs8w&t=16s Feel free to type below anything that you wish to comment, ask or suggest! → Where else to find me ← ...
(Hit HD!) Well it's heartache to choose and eliminate and therefore this video is much longer. Keke. Ain't qualified to be an animal lover, myself, indeed, but I really enjoyed much every time when I came across an open-concept-kinda zoo / wildlife park / safari. I also don't know why.. Hahaha the only thing I know, is I spent lotsa time mingling with the kangaroos. Lol And somehow or some sort, they were like communicating with me too. They listen, they nod their heads, they hug, they kiss, etc. And yup, surprisingly I just got a lovely back-hug! Lol! Foreign passerbys kept laughing at me saying I'm gonna get pregnant and have a baby then. Lol! Eva is just being too sweet and friendly la! #chrystinang #chryssvlog FULL TRAVELOGUE coming soon, don't know when hahaa, on Instagram@chrystin...
A bunch of adorable kangaroos taking sunbath!so cute!I love Australia
After capturing crocodiles in the Kimberley, join Amy as she spends a day venturing through the Kimberley, finding a massive snake among other things; before driving home through the central Pilbara; finding all manner of wildlife along the way!
David & Pat own and operate Caversham Wildlife Park with their children, David & Debbie. The park now features about 200 species, and more than 2000 head of animals, birds and reptiles; most housed in a walk-through environment. The park is the premiere development of its kind in Western Australia, attracting visitors from all over the world. Find out more: http://myde.st/ZeU08Me