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Crocodylus Park, Darwin

3.3
#6 of 16 in Parks in Darwin
Zoo / Aquarium Nature / Park
Home to over 1,000 crocodiles, Crocodylus Park will provide you with an opportunity to meet the largest reptiles face-to-face. The park showcases hundreds of crocodiles, from 30 cm (11 in) long hatchlings to massive adults measuring almost 5 m (16 ft). Visit the mini-zoo housing monkeys, lions, and large birds. Time your visit to watch the big cat feeding and feed a croc yourself under the supervision of guides. You can purchase croc burger for lunch. To visit Crocodylus Park on your holiday in Darwin, and find out what else Darwin has to offer, use our Darwin itinerary builder.
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  • Best zoo we have been to. Kept us including a 3 year old occupied for 4 hours. Awesome keeper staff very friendly and inclusive. Small in a good way it wasn't too busy and we got a great view of every...  more »
  • There are a lot more animals here then crocodiles. We first wandered around and saw all sorts of animals up close. It was very peaceful when we were there, only a handful of people, so we had good opp...  more »
  • crocs where amazing..close to darwin .i just think its a bit cruel yo keep lions and tigers and other wild animals in tiny cages  more »
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  • Crocodylus park is a fantastic place to visit. The staff are passionate about their animals, work, conservation and environment. The variety of animals for Darwin is fantastic, but if you are used to zoos from down south you might be disappointed. This park is worth visiting to support all of the work they do not only in the park but in other areas of supporting conservation of all endangered species, indigenous communities and the local community.
  • Good crocodile experience, many other animals well cared for. Will be good when some animals get shifted to larger enclosures.
  • A lot more animals than what we expected you get the chance to feed the crocs if you want and hold a baby one you get to wander round at your own leisure....take plenty water it gets really hot
  • Crocodile river cruise is fantastic. Getting that close to the cross and still feeling safe.
  • Worst zoo I have been to. Staff are rude, animal enclosures are way too small and the animals do not look happy!  regret coming here. Waste of time and money and more importantly it was just plain out animal cruelty. Whemn the lion feeding show came on, the lions didn’t even seem to be interested in the food they were given, no roar and no enthusiasm.. I don’t blame them, such a small enclosure they live in which would probably make them upset. Definitely not worth the time or money!!

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