Alice Springs Reptile Centre, Alice Springs

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
See the largest collection of reptiles in the Northern Territory at Alice Springs Reptile Centre. Feed saltwater crocodiles and make new friends with over 30 species of Australia’s most famous reptiles, such as frill-necked lizards, large pythons, and venomous snakes. Hold a tame boa for a photo shoot opportunity. Reptiles here have been featured in National Geographic Magazine and on Discovery Travel Channel. A fossil exhibition illustrates the evolution of reptiles from 200 million years ago to the present. To visit Alice Springs Reptile Centre and other attractions in Alice Springs, use our Alice Springs tour planner.
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  • It was a fabulous experience to visit Reptile Center yesterday afternoon. It has indoor and outdoor areas. The daily shows are interesting, informative, and fun. The guide shared great knowledge about...  read more »
  • The guide was very informative delivering an interesting presentation - however, his speed of talking could be troublesome for some guests to comprehend. His presentation was interspersed with humour ...  read more »
  • The guide/keeper was very passionate, lively and gave not only the best explanation of the local reptiles but also gave very useful tips for snake bites. 
  • Good for a wet day. Croc looks a bit sad in his concrete pool but better than some centres.
  • it's was fun, you can touch some reptiles during some show. A guide does a visit sometimes during the day. Check the timetable before.
  • Friendly and knowledgeable staff and quite a few specimens to examine.
  • The reptile centre is well worth a visit, extremely informative, and a lot of myths dispelled about snakes and crocodiles in Australia.
  • It's an amazing experience of watching & touching them with a friendly instructor.
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