Territory Wildlife Park, Berry Springs

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  • August 13, 2017
    An hour's drive from Darwin but well worth the trip. A large park - use the bus that travels around every half hour. The large bird aviaries were excellent and separated into different habitats  more »
  • August 13, 2017
    We had a great to visiting territory wildlife park. We were about to see Wallibi, nocturnal animals and reptiles and birds all from Australia. You can see the park in 3-4 hours.  more »
  • August 11, 2017
    A very nice park that is close to Darwin. It replicated the Top End habitats all in one park and had a big variety of birds and wildlife that you could find in Kakadu and Litchfield. A great day out.  more »
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  • July 22, 2017
    Good variety of animals. Loved the Nocturnal House and Aquarium. They have a train to get you around every half hour or it's an easy walk between exhibits. A great way to spend a few hours and get some exercise. Highly recommend.
  • July 27, 2017
    Enjoyed overall experience and thoroughly enjoyed flight deck show. Disappointed that the "train" only ran until 1ish... perhaps Segways are an alternative as the paths were a little hard on the feet in parts... many exhibits appeared to be being renovated. Aquarium needs have mold smell taken care of. Giving 3 stars because of lack of train and the maintenance that needs doing.
  • June 25, 2017
    Never been let down coming here, kids always worn out by the end of the day and lots of attractions to see. Would like to see the reptile and spider house restored.
  • June 1, 2017
    Visted on 1st of June 2017 after reading poor reviews on the parks closer to Darwin and great reviews about NTWP. This was a really great experience and we loved the park. Very ample parking and easy enough drive from Darwin CBD. Pricing was good and you get good value for money. Onsite transport is handy but you can honestly walk between attractions easily enough with just a very basic level of fitness. Plenty of water fountains and seating for small rest periods along with good cover from the elements. Main station had good baby facilities but note for parents, far toilets near dingo station does not have a change table. We used a bench but if you have a wriggler you might strugggle. Staff were very friendly and happy to answer any questions we asked. Highly reccomend the 'hands on' experinces they offer. I did both the owl holding and stingray feeding and they were fantastic. Staff even had a portable EFTPOS terminal so i could buy tickets at the event last minute which was great! Very handy and practical. Cafe kitchen closes at 2pm which isnt advertised anywhere outside the cafe itself so make sure you plan your meals accordingly. The food was really food though and reasonably priced. The big 5mtr croc wasnt on show so we missed that and the aquarium fish feeding seems to be a Mon/Wed/Fri deal so plan what you want to see in advance. Be nice if the park had more crocs but we saw some freshies so not all bad. Easily a full day event if you have kids or are a slow walker. Overall we had a really great time and would highly recommend you add to your to-do list while in the NT.
  • August 15, 2016
    Outstanding wildlife park with well-planned infrastructure for both human and animal alike. Every aspect of the park is designed with thought, care and attention to detail. Nocturnal house is impressive, where animals live in real-to-nature enclosures and conditions including real living trees/plants, flowing water, local rock, and precise climate including realistic light/sun/moon cycles, wind flows and temperature/humidity. All this makes for animals that are comfortable and therefore behave in a natural and realistic manner, where you can and do see bats, rats, echidnas, marsupials, etc behaving exactly as they do in the wild. A visit here is a day well-spent, highly educational and a must-do while in the Darwin area.

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