We have a ball every time we go. You can spend a few hours if you take the train which is big enough for prams and never in a hurry or the whole place has walking trails but it will take the whole day to see everything. Cost is on entry and trains run often so take a picnic and the lawn with wallabies is cool. We've been in the dry season and the wet season and both are great times for different reasons. Love the fish walk through and the croc. He's huge. Love the dark walk through too like snakes and night birds and the bird show is a must every visit. Get your photo after with a wedge tail eagle is amazing. Well worth the entry fee which is used for their constant upgrades sunday bbq lunch for volunteers. Locals get free entry for a year when they pay once so we go a few times a year.
"Thumbs up for sure"
Reviewed by Purple Lily | 11 January 2012
We have been to the Territory Wildlife park a few times now and absolutley love it! I have been as a young child , a teen and as an adult and never have I been bored and have always been excited to go. There's great services like a great aircon cafe to have lunch and a train service that picks you up ands drops you off along the way if you're too tired. There is also an amazing walk through underwater aqaurium that is gorgeous. A different times during the day there are Birds of Prey demos which are really entertaining. The park is massive so it keeps you busy for an entire day. The only downer is, is that if its too hot you probably wont enjoy it as much, the entry fee is quite expensive but worth it in my opinion.
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