This world acclaimed Territory Wildlife Park is nestled in 400 hectares of natural bushland and is only a 45 minute drive south of Darwin. The park showcases the wildlife of the Top End, which you can see up close and in their natural habitats.
Highlights of the park include an extensive aquarium with a walk through tunnel where you can stand nose to nose with a 3.7 metre saltwater crocodile, the daily birds of prey display, the nocturnal house and the Monsoon Forest walk. A visit to the park can easily be combined with a refreshing swim afterwards at the neighbouring Berry Springs Nature Park. During a visit to the Territory Wildlife Park, travellers can expect to view the spectacular free flight and natural behaviour of the Northern Territory's Birds of Prey. Catch a glimpse of the elusive nocturnal creatures of the Top End, a group representing 80 per cent of the Territory's wildlife.
Explore a representation of Top End river system from the escarpment down to the mangroves on the coast, and immerse yourself in the underwater world of the Aquarium Tunnel. Later, sit down and relax, watch the spectacle of pelicans soaring in to enjoy their meal, as wild birds and animals enjoy the sanctuary of the park's billabong. Finally, explore a monsoon rainforest, peek through the bird hide at Goose Lagoon and get up close to park creatures during the Animal Encounters and ...read more
Large Wildlife park just out of Darwin with aquarium, many native animals, dingoes, birds of prey shows, entry fees are Ok (it gets very expensive for families with several kids, and charging for very young kids seems a bit steep) but very worthwhile. Caf on site. Regular Bus is available to take you around site to make it easier (especially in heat)