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Crocodylus Park and Zoo

Crocodylus Park & Zoo, located only 15 minutes from Darwin's CBD, gives you a full NT outback experience in the city.

It is the best place to come face to face with the largest reptiles on the planet. The park plays host to over a thousand crocodiles from hatchlings to massive adults.

Built upon 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation a must see while visiting the NT. Professor Grahame Webb, one of Australia's world-known zoologists opened Crocodylus Park in 1994. Although it started as a crocodile research and education centre, it has now expanded to become the only zoo in the NT with exotic and native animals including big cats, birds, primates and other reptiles plus a museum.

There are daily crocodile feeding tours and you get a chance at feeding one of the big guys and then hold a baby croc.
Most unique is their guided daily boat cruise for an ultimate NT eco experience where you can see crocodiles from the wild living in their own river.

Crocodylus Park & Zoo is easily accessible by bus 5 & 9 or by taxi ($25 per ride). There is also parking available for caravans and coaches.

  • Information



    • Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
  • Tours

    Animal Encounters

    The best opportunity to get that close to a big cat.
    $50 per person - per lion/tiger pair | minimum age 16 years | max 2 people |

    Tortoises: lots of cuddles and cuteness that makes everyone's heart melt.
    $20 per person | minimum age 4 years old | max 4 people |

    Photographs are taken by your guide on request and provided to you on a crocodile usb for only $25 per encounter (including croc USB).

    Bookings are essential. Contact Crocodylus Park for details.
    T: 89224500 E: [email protected]

    Croc Boat Cruise

    Only 15 minutes from Darwin's CBD and 5 min from the airport, this is a great opportunity to enjoy a crocodile cruise in the city.

    The tour guarantees you to come up close and personal with large wild saltwater crocodiles. Not only will the guide tell you passionate about the 40 + crocodiles the park houses in the river, it will also tell you great stories on the river's eco system and the different uses and meanings of plants in the aboriginal culture.

    Boat cruises run daily at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm.
    *10+ groups are advised to prebook | please call 08 8922 4500

    Croc Feeding Tour

    The croc feeding tours are included in the park's admission fee and gives you the opportunity to witness the famous jumping crocs in the attack lagoon, and most of all, feed one of the big guys yourself.

    After every croc feeding tour you are given the chance to hold a baby crocodile and make photos for free. An ultimate experience you will never forget.

    During the tour our passionate guide tells you all about the crocodiles, their natural behaviour and can answer all your questions.

    The croc feeding tours run daily at 10 am, 12 noon, 2 pm & 4 pm.

    Opening hours: daily from 9am - 5 pm except for Christmas Day

    DIngo Walk

    A great opportunity to come face to face with these wild but oh so loving animals.

    You will be given the opportunity to touch and play with them and of course take photo's for free.

    The Dingo Walk is part of the admission fee.

    You can also book an one-on-one Dingo Experience with us.
    Call us for more information on 8922 4500.

    Reptile handling

    Isn't that what reptiles are all about? Hold a Snake, Blue Tongue lizard or Iguana with our reptile handling. A great opportunity to feel the grace and strengths of reptiles in a safe environment.

    We run our reptile handling daily at 11.30 at Crocodylus Park. It is part of the admission fee and of course we give you plenty of time to take sizzling photo's for free.

    You can also book a face to face meeting with our Anaconda.
    Call 8922 4500 for more information.

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