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Crocodylus Park

Darwin, Northern Territory


Crocodiles at Crocodylus Park, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Four-year-old crocodiles at Crocodylus Park

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Crocodylus Park, just five minutes from Darwin Airport and 15 minutes from Darwin city centre, is home to more than a thousand crocodiles and other wildlife.

The crocodiles range in age and size from 30-centimetre (12-inch) hatchlings to adults measuring 4.8 metres (16 feet) and weighing half a ton.

Crocodylus Park crocodile research

Research and the study of crocodiles and reptiles are an ongoing specialisation at Crocodylus where founder Dr Grahame Webb and the staff of Wildlife Management International have spent the past 25 years researching crocodiles.

Other wildlife at Crocodylus Park include big cats, primates, birds and other reptiles including hawksbill turtles.

Take a tour through the wildlife park.

How to get to Crocodylus Park

If driving, check with your Darwin area map. Crocodylus Park is at 815 McMillans Rd, Knuckey Lagoon (opposite the entrance to the Berrimah Police Centre) overlooking Holmes Jungle Nature Reserve.

If taking public transport, catch the No 5 bus from Darwin, the No 5 o 9 bus from Casuarina, or No 9 from Palmerston. The bus stop is about a five minutes' to the Crocodylus Park front entrance.

Crocodylus Park entry prices

Entry to Crocodylus Park costs $25 (concession $20) each for adults, $12.50 for children aged 4 to 16, $65 for a family group. (These prices were correct as of late May 2006 and may change in the future.) Children below four years old are admitted free.

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