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Territory Wildlife Park

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Cox Peninsula Road, Berry Springs, Northern Territory 0831, Australia
+61 8 8988 7200
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Great experience

Thoroughly enjoyed our day at the wildlife park. It was a hot day, but the train operates every... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
AnnaaElizabeth
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Melbourne, Australia
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Best wildlife park in the Territory.

Wow. This place is amazing. It was hot but the trails were quite shady and aquarium was even air... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
CJWSydney
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Sydney
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At the Territory Wildlife Park you can see the Top End of Northern Australia in 4 hours rather than 4 days! The Park is a 45 minute drive south of Darwin city. It occupies 625 hectares of native bush adjacent to the Berry Springs Nature Park. The Wildlife Park showcases animals and plants of the Top End in both natural settings and exhibits for ease of viewing, as well as the diversity of natural habitats of the Top End. The Park is spread out around a 4km loop road with free shuttle trains and natural walking paths linking the attractions. The Main Station Cafe, Nocturnal House and Aquarium are airconditioned.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good24%
  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“flight deck” (52 reviews)
“nocturnal house” (47 reviews)
“bird show” (56 reviews)
LOCATION
Cox Peninsula Road, Berry Springs, Northern Territory 0831, Australia
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+61 8 8988 7200
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Thoroughly enjoyed our day at the wildlife park. It was a hot day, but the train operates every half hour and drops you at the next exhibit to ensure you don’t have to walk too far. We went in the morning and enjoyed the wallaby...More

Thank AnnaaElizabeth
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wow. This place is amazing. It was hot but the trails were quite shady and aquarium was even air conditioned. We walked and caught the train. Saw so much wildlife. Sometimes you need to stop and look but it's there. Well done NT.

Thank CJWSydney
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

When we moved to Darwin, people would say we should visit and eventually we got round to going. Upon arriving, entered a cafe, little gift shop, play parks for kids outside (all shaded which is good) clean, so far so good. It was very quiet...More

Thank MamaSnapSnap
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was about $35 per person ... we drove out there, paid the money and found ourselves in a huge reserve with a few sparsely placed displays ... nice aquarium ... and that was it. There was simply no WOW factor at all. It actually...More

Thank Jay D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I am crazy about this place. It's a beautifully conceived space with large, thoughtful exhibits set in an environment that suits NT wildlife, ie. loads of room and natural settings. So much love has gone into the exhibits: the nocturnal house, bird show, avaries &...More

Thank topendreviewer
Reviewed September 16, 2017

This is a big park, full of the wildlife you'll see in Australia. There are plenty of ranger talks and presentations every day and the exhibits are large. It's a long way between enclosures (especially when it's hot!) but there's a free bus/train that shuttles...More

Thank Judy12343
Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile

Great day out! Loads of walks, lots to see! We were greeted by a lovely girl at the desk who pointed us towards the ranger/guide, all of whom were informative and friendly. Only downside was on exiting the park the friendly girl and the desk...More

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Reviewed August 31, 2017

My family and I went to the Territory Wildlife Park. This place is huge, well organised and has plenty of knowledgeable zookeepers. You can walk from "kingdom to kingdom" or catch a regular shuttle bus (driven by highly entertaining guides). We loved every minute. Highly...More

Thank Anenne
Reviewed August 29, 2017 via mobile

Wildlife parks and Zoos would never normally be on our list of places to visit, but so pleased we found the time. Really informative, great ranger talks, wonderful walking track through the different areas. We loved the visit to the rainforest and bird Averies. We...More

Thank Irving H
Reviewed August 20, 2017

A great park that was much bigger then I was expecting, many of the animals are in their natural habitat. There was a large variety of wildlife, birds and fish. Took us about 4 hours to do the park, definitely worth getting on the train...More

Thank cahinton
SOF1984, Public Relations Manager at Territory Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 21, 2017

Hi cahinton, thank you for taking the time to write this review and tell other travelers about your visit to the Territory Wildlife Park...a five star review!! We are very pleased that you enjoyed your visit! Thanks again for your review and we hope to...More

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sassy23956
March 16, 2016|
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Response from Shael M | Property representative |
Hi there, our Flight Deck is closed until Easter as we are having a new footpath laid, however a bird encounter is offered instead at the main station. All other exhibits and shows are open all year round, except in extreme... More
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nazuaziz
August 6, 2015|
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Response from Shael M | Property representative |
Hi there, we have two local tour operators who regularly bring visitors to our Park who may have availability on the date you would like to visit us! They are: Ursula from 'Reel Screamin' Barra Fishing' Phone: +61 427 474... More
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Evelyn M
January 31, 2015|
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Response from Shael M | Property representative |
Hi there, unfortunately there is no public transport to the Park (it is something we are working on though). A lady called Ursula does day trips to the Park through the week, her number is 0427 474 434 . We do hope you make... More
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