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Alice Springs Reptile Centre

#6 of 75 things to do in Alice Springs Features Animals
9 Stuart Tce, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0870, Australia
+61 8 8952 8900
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The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is a privately owned park which displays an extensive range of reptiles from the Northern Territory of Australia including Terry the Saltwater crocodile and large Perentie Goannas. The talk and handling sessions are a must and are at 11am, 1pm and 3.30Pm daily.
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9 Stuart Tce, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0870, Australia
+61 8 8952 8900
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Reviewed April 20, 2016

This was a combination schooling/history with the religious beliefs of the aboriginal people, a wonderful experience

Thank Michael M
Reviewed April 20, 2016

A very enjoyable tour. Well layed out and an informative experience with a very knowledgeable guide.

Thank Alan M
Reviewed April 19, 2016

A must to Alice just for the lesson on the dangerous wildlife around Alice. You get to see all the replies up and close. The staff super friendly and full of info

Thank 123paris3
Reviewed April 12, 2016

Small, unpretentious building full of devoted staff and fascinating animals. One of us is irrational about reptiles, so a staff member found a seat in the air conditioned reception area while the other had a great time taking photos and touching the house pets. Saw...More

Thank bjoann
Reviewed April 10, 2016

All of the local lizards, and they do a demo where you get to hold some of them. We learned so much about the local reptiles. If you like wild life this becomes a must. If you do not like animals, dont bother.

Thank B138877
Reviewed April 8, 2016

Upon the recommendation from my hostel, I decided to kill some time at this place. I wasn't expecting much, but I was so wrong. I love all animals and am fascinated by reptiles. If you're not, I think it would still be very interesting. They...More

Thank mme8771
Reviewed March 30, 2016 via mobile

Our six kids loved seeing and holding the reptiles of Australia. The highlights were meeting Ruby and the presentation made by the staff. We all learned a lot and the kids really enjoyed holding a python, a bearded dragon, and a blue tongued skink. The...More

Thank eshelmom
Reviewed March 30, 2016

I ha a snake draped around me and could see lots of snakes in glass around the place - interesting. Not a great fan of caged animals ( and not a hippy), but it was an experience none the less. Down the list of experiences...More

Thank Ispywithmylittleeye1
Reviewed March 30, 2016

We came as part of a tour so glad we did. Very very informative and knowledgeable. Lots of reptiles to see

Thank nigelphi2016
Reviewed March 10, 2016

Great trip to learn all about reptiles. Pretty good variety and certainly got to hold a lot of them. Need about an hour.

Thank AnnaaABPM
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