Step ınto the SwanValley.
Fun for the whole family11 Jul 2018
Every year Whiteman Park attracts over one million visitors – and it’s not hard to understand why.
Since 1986, Whiteman Park has provided a unique and interconnected environment for communities to meet, recreate in and enjoy.
And it’s not just for the locals who may be lucky enough to reside within close proximity. Whiteman Park is reputed to be the largest metropolitan conservation, recreation and tourism reserve in the world. It has attracted international visitors and has been awarded GOLD in the 2017 WA Tourism Awards for Major Tourist Attraction.
The Park takes its name from Mr. Lew Whiteman (1903 – 1994) who bought the land in 1939 for the purpose of grazing cattle, before developing the popular picnic spot of Mussel Pool in the 1960s.
Located only 28 kilometers from Perth CBD and set out over almost 4,000 hectares, the Park offers the public a wide variety of unique and natural attractions, special events and facilities including; Caversham Wildlife Park, Woodland Reserve, Tractor Museums of WA, over 14 kilometers of cycle paths and walking trails, barbeque facilities and picnic grounds as well as Mussel Pool.
If you’re planning a trip into the Swan Valley be sure to set aside some time to wander around the picturesque and fascinating landscapes of Whiteman Park. Be sure to check out the school holiday events that continually run as its sure to be a memorable day out with the family and grandkids.
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