Territory Wildlife Park, Berry Springs

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 260 reviews on the web
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  • Checking out our new home We think you need to get some more information about the park and the animals you have We went thinking about it and were excited But we're very much disappointed with the an...  read more »
  • Somewhere between a zoo and a park, Territory provided us with a half-day that would have been longer if we'd realised there was so much to see. We walked everyone to avoid the road train, and learned...  read more »
  • An excellent day out. Our 15 year old animal lover declared it the best she's visited. It's about 40 minutes out of Darwin and easy to find. A very professional, friendly and well run park. Good cafe ...  read more »
  • This place is truly amazing. All ages would enjoy every bit of it. Highly suggest the falcon show AND of course the Wallabies. Rule of thumb, get there early for the Wallabies, they get lethargic when it gets too late in the day and it's hot.
  • 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.
  • lots of walking. nice aimals though. little timmy enoyed his time here and we saw lots of little animals. encluding my husband. LOL. overall great place to be.
  • Excellent for adults or children. Highly recommended! I think it's the best thing to do in Darwin!
  • Best value wildlife park in Darwin. Huge variety of animals and the cheapest entry fee of all three parks. Only negative is it's difficult to access if you're a tourist and don't have a car. I'm pretty sure there are private tour companies travelling here daily in the dry season, but they're obviously more expensive than a $3 public bus ticket to the other parks, being Crocodylus Park or Crocosaurus Cove. However! If you can get here it is well worth the visit. Pretty much all their animals are native (because who comes to Darwin to see lions and tigers?!) and there's a massive walk-in aviary and a train to take you between exhibits because the park is SO huge. Check their website for the birds of prey show times too - they're not to be missed. You could easily spend an entire day here and still not see it all, and the entry fee is only $25 - which converts to a yearly pass if you're a local. There's also a cafe on site, which is convenient since there's not a lot of other food options in the area, although I don't remember ever eating there so can't comment on prices or quality of food.
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