Crocodylus Park prides itself as the premier tourist attraction in the Northern Territory’s ‘Top End’. The Park features over 1000 saltwater crocodiles ranging from 30cm hatchlings to giants over 4.8m. Also on display include the Australian Freshwater Crocodile and the American Alligator. Crocodylus is also home to a range of native animals including Wallabies and Wallaroos, a range of waterbirds, Dingos and of course the Southern Cassowary. Other non-native animals include big cats such as Lions, Tigers and Ocelot as well as a range of monkeys and primates, and a growing collection of large snakes.
Crocodylus Park is a world renowned research facility and is home to Australiaís leading Crocodilian Biologists. The quantity of animals in the Park as well as the unitized breeding pens sees researchers coming from far and wide to study the amazing reptiles.
The Park has an extensive museum collating over 30 years of crocodile artefacts and history. This facility allows the viewer a unique look into crocodile biology, and Top End history that is not available anywhere else in the world.
Tourist or local, come on down and get face to face with the largest reptiles on the planet.
Contact: McMillans Rd,
Knuckey Lagoon NT 0828
tel: (08) 8922 4500