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Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park Broome

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Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park
Mile 10, Broome Highway
Broome
WA
6725
Tel: 08 9192 1489

Where are we going today?

It will be like you have stepped back in time to the prehistoric age when you see some of the HUGE crocodiles at the Wilderness Wildlife Park!

Malcolm Douglas's famous Crocodile Park has now moved to the Wilderness Park, so you can see all the creatures from both, all in the same place!

It's a chance for kids to really experience some amazing encounters with some of the country's most incredible creatures. Have you ever been face to face with a huge cassowary? Or seen a kangaroo at full speed? Kids might even marvel at the rare black dingo, and white dingo! From jabirus, snakes, lizards, to emus and euros..there are plenty of amazing creatures to learn about and explore.

Then of course, there are the crocs! Snap snap...and that's not your camera making that sound! Wilderness Wildlife Park has daily feeding tours that showcase some of the BIGGEST crocs on display in the entire country.

Only 15 minutes drive outside of Broome, this animal experience is a great way to not only give kids encounters they might never have had before with some pretty cool creatures, but it's also a great learning experience for them. They can learn all about the animals behaviours, their habitats and their lives. 

Of course - you're in Malcolm Douglas's Wildlife Park, and his 40 year career can certainly teach the family a few things about nature and animals that you might not have known before! So during your visit, make sure you head to the shop where there is an extraordinary display of his famous adventure films, shot across 40 amazing years!

Get those walking shoes, because the park also have some cool winding paths that are well shaded, and take you past some pretty cool sights, like the Barramundi pond and flocks of birds. 

Enjoy those amazing animal moments at the Wilderness Wildlife Park! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$35
  • Children$ (Ages 5 to 15)
  • Free Under: 4 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

2pm - 5pm daily

All year round. Closed Christmas Day.

Teachers corner

They would be happy to schedule in a school tour in the mornings. Give them a call to book!.

I'm Hungry!

You can enjoy ice cream and drinks as you over look the lake in their outdoor seating area!.

Any Top Tips?

The crocodile feeding tour is 3pm daily. .

Doing our bit

A breeding program for many rare and little known kangaroos and wallabies is well established and new species are being added to the collection continuously..

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to see the accessibility of the park .

Can I get one of those?

Get that pocket money out because the shop museum has all of the films to be purchased, along with crocodile products. .

What people are saying?

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    Really interesting and unique structure itself, as well as some really good shows to see which are always reasonably price. The cafes inside are also have good prices and high quality so you can get some snacks at half time. The complex is worth exploring even if you aren't seeing a show.

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    Saw a great Nick Cave gig here and the programme is good but I hate being cold in theatres, its my pet hate. This one is all concrete and freezing, regardless of the temperature outside. I never went back.

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    In the summer time, head upwards to the roof garden atop Southbank Centre. Prosecco, charcuterie, cheese and crisps are all on hand (for quite a bit of cash...) whilst you lie out on the faux grass watching the sunset over London. One of my favourite ways to spend a summer's day in the city.

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    I've seen a crazy variety of performances at Queen Elizabeth Hall over the years, from Shlomo the beatboxer and his vocal orchestra, to Howard Marks (aka Mr Nice). Designed in the 1960's, the building has a bit of an old-school feel, but still manages to give off arty, edgy vibes. The bar has lovely views from the balcony - and be sure to check out the skateboarders underneath!

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    A great mix of shows in the venue itself but I really like the roof top bar area. Completely unexpected little bar area with all the tables divided by plants, trees and trellising giving a real sense of privacy. Perfect for a summer evening, looking towards the river as the sun goes down. Beware though...drinks are super pricey. And doubles will be served as standard.

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