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Fremantle Ports Touch & Learn Wildlife Space



Various - see listings below





Event Information

This is wildlife NIRVANA for the little ones (and the not so little ones too). Get up close and personal with a huge range of flora & fauna as well as understanding a bit more around the biodiversity of our region.

Calamunnda Camel Events

Sunday 7 March – 11am to 2pm

Move over Broome! Come enjoy a short (5-10min) camel ride along the stunning Coogee Beach.

Places for this workshop are free but strictly limited so make sure you book your seat from 10am, Saturday 20 Feb (we’ll make sure there are some spaces for walk-ups too)

With over 30 years of experience, Calamunnda Camel Events have been bringing smiles to people of all ages, all around the Perth Metro and Outer Suburbs with the very popular Camel Rides. Camel Rides are incredibly popular offering a unique experience that adds interest and joy during any event.

Kanyana Wildlife – Meet The Little Battlers 

Saturday 6 March – 10am to 1pm
Set in a beautiful national park surrounded by Jarrah forest in the Perth Hills, Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to wildlife conservation.  So come say hi and meet these gorgeous animals, learning more about each animal, their story, rehabilitation and the great work Kanyana do and get up close to the animal handlers and the wildlife in there (please note. only a few people through at a time in this exhibit so we don’t overwhelm the friendly creatures). 
Make sure you have signed up to our newsletter to be the first in the know for when registrations are live (we’ll make sure there are some spaces for walk-ups too).
Taking great pride in caring for sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife; breed threatened species, they also conduct training and research and educate schools and the broader community. Kanyana Wildlife accept any native wildlife to their hospital between 8am-3pm every day of the year.


West Oz Wildlife 

Saturday 6 March – 10am to 2pm // Sunday 7 March 11am to 3pm
Get up close and personal with our Iconic Australian wildlife. Learn about, and meet one of our beautiful koalas. Touch and hold some of our awesome pythons, and lizards. Don’t forget your camera!
West Oz Wildlife is an Australian Wildlife display, who travel to schools and the community to teach conservation, through a hands on educational experience.

Education & Engagement For Sustainability

Saturday 6 March – 10am to 4pm // Sunday 7 March – 11am to 4pm

Eco Action – Turtle Watch: Find out more about the fascinating Snake-Necked (or Long-Necked) Turtle (Chelodina colliei) of the south-west of Western Australia. This turtle is the only native freshwater turtle species found throughout metropolitan and suburban Perth and has an important role to play in wetland and river health. Come get up to speed with how you can help protect this species through the schools Turtle Watch program.

Turtle Watch is an AAEEWA project and includes a collaborative network of community partners and individuals who work to facilitate the conservation of snake-necked turtles. Turtle Watch also aims to assist in the collection of information, including educational materials, to enhance awareness of the biology and needs of the snake-neck Turtle.


Fremantle Ports Touch & Learn Wildlife Space is made possible through Supporting Partner Fremantle Port Authority and we just want to say a big THANKS!