Crocodylus Park, Darwin

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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. Using our online itinerary creator, Darwin attractions like Crocodylus Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Good information, well timed, handling the snakes and the little croc at 11:45 then seeing the bigger ones jump up for a steak at 12:00. I have mixed feelings about zoos and animals for entertainment ...  more »
  • I have been to other parks or wildlife sanctuaries that have crocodiles and I could say that is not that special with regards to the animals that they have for viewing, although I could say that it is...  more »
  • At $40 a head, you would expect a lot more. The breeding crocs closures were dirty with grime on top of the water and appeared cramped. On a hot day, the animals appeared to be struggling, with one of...  more »
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  • Not a huge Park but good variety of animals. Great shows for the kids. Admission is a bit pricey but keep an eye out for the specials.
  • Great experience. The croc feeding is the best in Australia. Interactive and a great tour guide.
  • Great experience. Nice and knowledgeable people. Great to see all animals fed healthy fresh foods.
  • Very good prices. Better than any of the other crocodile attractions in Darwin. The boat tour was only 15 or so dollars compared to 50 at Adelaide River and you see way more crocs and get a better view. The staff were passionate, informative and friendly. Not only are their crocs but also boat tours, a zoo and a museum. The park has actually helped crocodule numbers soar and locals with rogue crocodiles through their breeding which at first I was apprehensive about. Don't go anywhere else this is the best possible place.
  • 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.

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A small but distinctly cosmopolitan city, Darwin offers a surprisingly diverse range of lodgings, with most hotels located in or near the central business district. Despite this, finding a comfortable room during the peak May-to-September season can be extremely difficult, especially if you don't book ahead of your visit. If planning months in advance isn't an option, consider staying at a backpacker hostel or guesthouse outside the city center. Many of these smaller establishments offer access to free Wi-Fi and outdoor swimming pools.
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