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Western Australia - Wildlife Aquariums, Reserve, Sanctuary, Zoos
For those seeking fauna as part of their tourism experience, Australia offers a great number of ways and places to enjoy the wildlife to be found here. For those visiting Western Australia there are numerous places throughout the state to see both our native wildlife and other animals.

There are national parks, wildlife reserves, reptile farms, conservation refuges, zoos and aquariums, the assortment and variety of places are considerable. You are not limited to just these places, as the chances of seeing wildlife in their natural environment is considerable.

From the oceans such as World Heritage Listed Shark Bay region with its waters teaming with diverse range of aquatic life of whales, dugongs, turtles and home of Monkey Mia with the dolphins that come in regularly for feeding; Rottnest Island home to the Quokka; the Capital City of Perth has the Perth Zoo, home to over 200 species of animals; and the hands on experience of Peel Zoo near Mandurah.

The national parks and outback roads often provide a chance to see kangaroos and other animals that now call Australia home, such as camels and horses, whilst bird lovers will see a huge range of birds species throughout Western Australia. For those into our unique reptiles, keep your eyes peeled when driving through this vast state for some of our tiny lizards to saltwater crocodiles in Kimberley Country to the north.

Western Australia - Wildlife Nature Reserves, Zoos, Parks, Aquariums

Marapana Wildlife World
• 157 Paganoni Rd, GOLDEN BAY WA 6176 • Ph: 08 9537 1404 • Fax: 08 9537 1611 • Email

• Just one hour out of Perth, enjoy hands on experience in Marapana's giant petting zoo. There are both native and European animals who will keep you company while you have lunch on 15 acres of grassed picnic area. There is also a animal-free gazebo for uninterrupted dining.
Peel Zoo
• Sanctuary Drv, PINJARRA WA 6208 • Ph: 08 9531 4322 • Email

• Peel Zoo is a privately funded zoo and wildlife sanctuary. Said to be the best boutique zoo in Australia, a visit will be a unique and personal experience. The difference between Peel Zoo and other zoos is the "Hands On Experience" you'll get when you visit us. We offer more than just walking past enclosures. When you come to Peel Zoo, the awesome team of Volunteers will ensure you have a great time, every time.

Breeding animals is one of the key concern, such as with the Tasmanian Devil breeding programme. This is a vitally important project, as the species is endangered in the wild because of an in incurrable facial tumour disease. The efforts here is hoped to contribute to the long term future of the Tassie Devil.
Perth ZooPerth Zoo
• Zoological Parks Authority, 20 Labouchere Rd, SOUTH PERTH WA 6000
• Ph: 08 9474 0444 (Reception) / +61 8 9474 3551 (Info Line)
• Email (General Inquiries) • Email (Events)

• Administered by the Zoological Parks Authority.
Roo Gully
• BOYUP BROOK WA 6244 • Ph: 08 9765 1514 • Mobile: 0429 651 510 • Email

• This is a working wildlife sanctuary and education centre, that specialises in looking after injured and orphaned marsupials. The wildlife have the freedom of the property, with visitors welcomed to view the animals under guidance. They also welcome volunteers and students, see their ‘Volunteer Holidays & Student Studies at Roo Gully’.
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Western Australia and Other Fauna Websites - Other Links

To visit the wildlife reserves, zoos, parks and aquariums, check the listings under each state and territory. For listing of websites dealing with marsupials, mammals, birds and other fauna, check out the listings below and those listed National section and throughout this site.
 
Birds Australia Western Australia Inc
• Perry House, 71 Oceanic Drive, Floreat WA 6014 • Ph: 08 9383 7749 • Fax: 08 9387 8412 • Email

• WA site has information about the birds and their habitats in the state of Western Australia. It gives details about the organisation’s series of local bird guides, program of bird walks, weekend camps, monthly meetings and research programs. BAWA (Inc) has an active program of community participation, providing talks, guided walks and activities for the general public.
 
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