Spanning nearly 10,000 acres (4,000 hectares), Western Australia’s Whiteman Park draws in visitors from around the globe. The park’s fun and and interactive transportation theme comes alive with the many museums and attractions on-site such as the Tractor Museum of WA, Motor Museum of WA, and vintage train rides. Learn about the park’s original land owner Lew Whiteman through the park’s environmental and conservation reserves dotted throughout the land. Family-friendly activities at the park range from playgrounds to sports facilities, dog parks to picnic grounds, and numerous cycling, hiking, and walking trails. Cruise through the scenery on an electric chariot and take home a piece of the park with a visit to the Village Mall for sweet treats, crafts or artwork.
Whiteman Park is located 25 minutes from Perth’s city center in Swan Valley, Western Australia. The park is accessible by either Lord Street or Beechboro Road and admission is free. Visitors are welcome every day of the year from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. The park is open on Christmas Day from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. but only picnic areas are open, no attractions are accessible.