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Crocodylus Park, Darwin
(3.2/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
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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  • We visited this park the 2nd day of our trip and nothing beat it. Great hands on, educational and genuine animal experiences. Doesnt feel commercialised like a lot of zoos these days. The staff were g...  more »
  • You can hold a baby crocodile and take photos for free (not like other places in town) Really enjoyed the cruise :) 
  • Considering you pay $40 for entry into your big zoos like Sydney I had high expectations. I feel as though we paid an exuberant amount to support crocs who turn into materialistic items the staff was ...  more »
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  • Hmmm. Not too bad but the place is a little dated. Hard to see crocs in murky green water. The cafe and food available is quite poor. Latte out of a machine!?! BLT terrible. Service worse. Very unprofessional. Honestly, go to Crocasaurus Cove instead.
  • A little pricey for my liking. Can visit the adelaide zoo for a cheaper price. The feeding is very entertaining and staff are very friendly however needs a solid makeover and larger exhibits for all the animals
  • too many crcodiles little timmy got scared and we lost me husband. LOL. found him later though. overall a good place to see animals but dosnt look very nicde for them.
  • Turtle exhibit is out of order and in "renovations" mode. The heat makes animals sleepy. Crocodiles are a great treat and you can take some home for a BBQ too...
  • Pretty cool place. Watching the crocodile feeding was definitely the best part. Huge creatures, scarily magnificent.