The Crocodylus Park in Darwin is ideally situated only 5 mintes drive from the airport and 15 minutes from the city centre. It was established in 1994 and since then has aquired over a thousand crocodiles, some of them being up to 4.8 metres long and weighing over half a ton. The main purpose of Crocodylus Park is to educate tourists about the many different species of crocodiles, all about their origins, what makes them tick and why they are so feared by humans and other animals. The comprehensive air-conditioned museum at the Crocodylus Park does this perfectly, as well as teaching you all about their biology and ecology.
One of the things that makes Crocodylus Park so popular with tourists is that you can come face to face with these large and ferocious reptiles whilst they are being fed. The crocodile feeding happens 4 times a day and will leave you with no doubt as to the stealth, speed and awesome power of these beasts. Also at Crocodylus Park you will be able to admire a collection of other animals including American alligators, lions, tigers, ocelots, monkeys, dingos, turtles, lizards, Australian birds and a wide variety of snakes.
Toilet Facilities provided on-site.
Days Open : Every day except Christmas Day
Cost Involved : YES
Address : McMillans Road, Knuckey Lagoon, NT, 0828
Phone : (08) 8922 4500
Website : www.crocodyluspark.com.auHave you found the information useful, tried this tourist attraction in Darwin or would like to add more details about it? Then why not Write your own Review About It.
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