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Territory Wildlife Park Berry Springs

Where is it at?

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Territory Wildlife Park
Cox Peninsula Road
Berry Springs
NT
0838
Tel: 8 8988 7200

Directions

The Territory Wildlife Park is approximately a 45-minute drive south of Darwin to Berry Springs. If you are driving yourself head south from Darwin on the Stuart Highway. Travel about 50km and turn right onto the Cox Peninsula Road. The Park is about 12 km along Cox Peninsula Road on your right. It is well sign posted all the way and is immediately next door to the Berry Springs Nature Park.

Where are we going today?

At the Territory Wildlife Park, not only do you see wildlife up-close in their natural habitats, you meet them walking through tree top aviaries, strolling around a natural lagoon and even get to interact with them during daily presentations. Plus their experienced team love sharing their knowledge of the wildlife and the habitats in their care: it’s what their people are passionate about!

You stroll beneath the surface in their walk-through aquarium and meet some of the Top End’s most amazing aquatic life. You meet, nose to nose, with their giant Saltwater croc. It’s the closest you’ll ever get to a salty without risking a scratch!

The Monsoon Vine Forest Walk is an outstanding feature of the Territory Wildlife Park. It is supported by the springs that flow into Berry Creek and this area is traditionally significant to the local aboriginal people. Stand still, look, listen and smell; you will experience the forest come to life around you. Along the Monsoon Vine Forest Walk you will find one of the largest domed walk-through aviaries in the Southern hemisphere!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$26
  • Children$13
  • Free Under: 5 years
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

The Park is open every day (including all public holidays) except Christmas Day. The Park opens at 8

Teachers corner

A variety of options are available for educators across all age groups. See site for details..

Any Top Tips?

Presentations are held daily and start at 9.00am and go on at various times throughout the day until 2.30pm. They are regularly updated on the website..

What people are saying?

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    We had a great family day out! While the train was great, we enjoyed the walks even more. It didn't feel like a 'zoo' like the ones you get in other capital cities, but closer to a real wildlife experience. The whole family enjoyed the habitat-focus of the park, and super friendly, personal and very knowledgeable staff. The kids especially loved the spitting archer fish and couldn't wait to tell all their classmates here in Melbourne about it all! A definite must on your trip to Darwin!

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    I had amazing experience on my car. My car Battery was expire, however I was lucky as one of national park ranger helped me hufff
    Life is interesting.

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    Brilliant. Had an excellent and exhausting day as we chose to walk the park and always seemed to miss the shuttle bus. Interactive and informative with great wildlife in good enclosures. We had a great day and I'd certainly revisit.

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    Den Wildlife Park muss man unbedingt besuchen wenn man in Australien seinen Urlaub verbringt. Alles sehr natürlich und es gibt viel zu sehen.

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