Caversham Wildlife Park
Caversham Wildlife Park is an animal lover’s paradise. Fostering some of Australia’s exotic animals this place is a touristy delight. As for the story of Caversham Wildlife goes, David and Pat bought the park back in 1988 while it was located in the locality of Caversham. The couple worked towards the development and expansion of the animal park. The wildlife park soon doubled in size, improving the lives of the fosters, also increasing the number of species in the park. Eventually, with a big number of 200 species and 2000 head count of animals they decided to move to the Whiteman park. The wide variety of exotic animals and its accessibility to visitors makes Caversham Wildlife one of the most visited wildlife parks in Australia. The park currently houses Wombats, Koala's, Llama’s, Penguins, Kangaroos reptiles and many more. Some fun facts to know while you add the wildlife to your itinerary are, Koala is cute and cuddly species, their behavior is amusing. Also, the very fact that they are on the edge of meeting an extension is an important reason to pay a visit. You might be one of the lucky few to witness them. After spending some candid time with the Koalas and the small soldier wombats head to meet the fairy penguins of Australia. Well, they aren’t like the ones you see in the movies, these fairy penguins are small with their appearance and have a different style of living. Know about their habitat and explore the wild side of Australia in the most fun and amicable manner along with your family. The park has something in store for all ages, the kids enjoy a run with ponies, the adults learn to shear a sheep and the seniors adore the maternal love of the Kangaroos. Visiting Australia is indeed incomplete without adding these experiences to your album.