Territory Wildlife Park

  • Port

    Darwin, Australia

  • Activity Level


  • Excursion Type


  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • Starting At


  • Minimum Age

    Information not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 5 hours

  • Meals Included


Experience the wildlife of Australia's Northern Territory on this visit to one of the Top End's most popular visitor attractions. A panoramic drive by coach takes you along the Stuart Highway through Darwin and its outer suburbs.

Enter the Outback landscape en route to the Territory Wildlife Park, set within 988 acres of natural bushland. Its topography includes wetlands, monsoon forest and a crystal-clear spring. The park showcases the native flora and fauna of the Northern Territory.

Travel by wheeled shuttle train along a two-mile road or wander along three miles of bush trails that link all 26 major exhibits.

Discover native wildlife such as the magnificent raptors at the Eagle Flight Deck, or encounter the creatures of the night in the nocturnal house.

Take a journey through a Top End river system at the aquarium and come face to face with a 12-foot saltwater crocodile, with only millimeters between you -- and some plexi-glass, thank goodness!

Stroll past bird aviaries in a natural monsoon forest, encounter reptiles, explore the wetlands and Goose Lagoon, as well as woodlands inhabited by foreign invaders.

Browse in the park gift shop for souvenirs before returning to the pier by coach.


A small wheeled train circles the park, so that you can easily transfer between displays. Bring a hat, water and sunscreen.