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Attractions in Henley Brook
Located in the beautiful Swan Valley our venue provides great recreational entertainment for all ages, whilst getting out in the fresh air of the rural Valley and enjoying the picturesque scenery.
- Open days/Times:Mon-Fri 9:00-16:30 Sat-Sun 8:00-16:30
- Tour Price:From $7.50 - $22.50
- Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+)
- Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
Perth's biggest and best Paintball fields. Corporate, social or bucks parties welcome.
- Suited For:Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+)
- Open days/Times:Open 7 Days
- Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays
Play the adrenaline pumping sport of the future at Perth's premier paintball venue. All players are provided with camouflage overalls, tactical helmet and a state of the art semi automatic paintball marker. Games include our famous Double Decker Bus Siege, Woodland Sniper and Capture the Villagee. Call our booking office or check out our web for a free info pack. Open 7 days. Corporate team building is our specialty.
- 0424 209 730
Lots & lots of fabulously friendly farm animals, Kangaroos, Emus and more….
- Activity:Wildlife Park/Centre,Animal Farm
- Suited For:Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Adults Only,Seniors,Families,Toddlers (0 - 3)
- Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday
A visit to the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm provides children (and ‘grown-ups’ too) with the opportunity to experience the joy of getting ‘close and personal’ with lots of friendly farmyard animals in a delightful outdoor country atmosphere which is just 30 minutes from the Perth CBD in the heart of the beautiful Swan Valley. There are so many things to do!
A terrific place for an ‘All Weather’ Family Outing
A fun Australiana Tourist Destination
A great place for Grandma & Grandad — Nan & Pop to bring the ‘grandies’
A Special Party Place — Birthdays, Christmas or any Occasion
A Memorable Place for School or Out of School Excursions
A Super Venue for School, Sporting Clubs, Playgroups, Seniors and Corporate Events
The West Australian Reptile Park is the vision of Gane Doyle Snr whose passionate interest in reptiles and wildlife began in his childhood years.
- Open days/Times:Fri - Mon 10am - 5pm
- Activity:Wildlife Park/Centre
- Suited For:Families
- Open Days:Monday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays
His interest continued throughout his nine years of army service even collecting reptile specimens for the Australian Museum during his 12 months service in Vietnam. His love of Australian native animals and reptiles led to the purchased of 4.5 hectares of bushland in the Swan Valley in November 1965 with a view of establishing an animal sanctuary in the future. Gane and his wife June, together with their children, Gane Jnr and Tammy settled on their property in June 1970.
In the intervening years help was given to the public in removing reptiles from houses and business premises, caring of injured and displaced animals and eventually relocating these animals to their natural habitat. The Park is actively involved in educating the wider community about the importance of wildlife conservation.
After much perseverance, permission to open a Reptile Park was granted by the by the relevant authorities in 1993. The park was officially opened to the public in 2003. Gane and June together with their son Gane Jnr. planned and developed the Park which they currently operate. The family’s dedication to community education on wildlife conservation has made the Park what it is today. The Park has become a favourite family attraction welcoming many visitors over the years.
The family is very grateful and appreciative of the help given over the years by all our family members, friends and many loyal volunteers that have contributed to the development and operation of the Park.
The Park is totally self-funding and relies completely on gate receipts for its income. It does not receive any state or federal funding.