The Armadale Reptile Centre houses a large variety of native reptiles, mainly south-west and north-west species including skinks, monitors, snakes and dragons and other Australian birds and marsupials.
The main aim of the centre is to enable people to see native wildlife in natural surroundings and to help them be able to identify animals, particularly venomous or non-venomous snakes that they may encounter in the bush or possibly in their homes or backyards.
The centre provides a wonderful opportunity for you to observe reptiles, to see what they look like, how they behave and to learn about their habits and habitats. The large enclosures enable you to see these creatures in their natural settings. Experience a walk through the skink enclosure where you can experience close viewing of the animals.
There is also a small souvenir outlet with Australian made products and photographic sessions with a python are available throughout the day, weather permitting.
The Armadale Reptile Centre is located on the South Western Highway, just 3 kilometres from Armadale and a 45-minute drive from Perth.
Please visit their website for more information.
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