Tue. 11th Dec 2018

Farm Show Sheep Shearing Caversham Wildlife Park Australia

Farm Show Sheep Shearing Caversham Wildlife Park Australia
Farm Show !

Sheep shearing is the process by which the woollen fleece of a sheep is cut off. The person who removes the sheep’s wool is called a shearer. Typically each adult sheep is shorn once each year. Sheep may be said to have been sheared. The annual shearing most often occurs in a shearing shed, a facility especially designed to process often hundreds and sometimes more than 3,000 sheep per day.

Sheep are shorn in all seasons, depending on the climate, management requirements and the availability of a woolclasser and shearers. Ewes are normally shorn prior to lambing, but consideration is typically made as to the welfare of the lambs by not shearing during cold climate winters. Shorn sheep tolerate frosts well, but young sheep especially will suffer in cold, wet windy weather (even in cold climate summers). In this event they are shedded for several nights until the weather clears. Some sheep may also be shorn with stud combs which leave more wool on the animal, giving greater protection.

Sheep shearing is also considered a sport with competitions held around the world. It is often done between spring and summers

Caversham Wildlife Park introduces visitors to the unique selection of wildlife in Western Australia, from iconic native species to farm animals and rich bird life.

Feeding the Lamb & Milking the Cow Caversham Wildlife Park Australia


Farm Show Sheep Shearing Caversham Wildlife Park Australia.

Daily Shows – 10.00am, 12.00pm, 1.00pm and 3.00pm daily

Watch sheep shearing, crack a stock whip, milk a cow, bottle feed a lamb, meet a stockman on horseback, swing a billy, watch sheep dogs mustering the sheep – all the excitement of a true blue Aussie farm.

When they ask for volunteers, be sure to put your hand up – kiddies and grown-ups can get involved!
Take as many photos as you like, with your own camera – no charge.

About Caversham Wildlife Park

David and Pat own and operate Caversham Wildlife Park with their son David & daughter Debbie.
When they purchased the park in 1988, the park housed a small collection of animals and birds on a modest 5 acre (2ha) property. A few years later, the park doubled in size, when the family purchased the adjoining property and the collection started to boom. In May 2003, the family designed and built a new park in Whiteman Park, once again, more than doubling in size.

Caversham Wildlife Park is open 9.00am to 5.30pm every day of the year except Christmas day (December 25).

Last entry into the park is at 4.30pm.

We recommend you arrive before 3.00pm if you wish to see and do everything (some attractions start to close from 3.00pm).

To make the most of your visit and enjoy all of the attractions, we recommend you allow at least 3 hours in the park.

Monday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Tuesday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Wednesday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Thursday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Friday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Saturday
9.00am – 5.30pm
Sunday
9.00am to 5.30pm

Come and spend the day at one of Perth’s most exciting tourist attractions, showcasing the largest private collection of native wildlife in Western Australia.

Hand-feed the kangaroos, join in the interactive farm show, touch a possum or lizard, meet a wombat, watch the cheeky penguins being fed, and have photos taken with koalas! Caversham Wildlife Park; a great Australian meet & greet experience for the whole family, in one fantastic day!

All of our shows, interactive experiences, photo opportunities and animal food are included in the entry fee! With no extra money needed around the park, you can make the most of your experience at Caversham Wildlife Park.

Caversham Wildlife Park is very proudly owned and operated by a Western Australian family. We don’t receive any Government assistance; the park is solely funded by visiting patrons! Thank you for your support and assistance!

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