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The Territory Wildlife Park is a zoo at Berry Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia, some 31 kilometres (19 mi) (about a 45 minutes drive) south of Darwin. It opened in 1989. Situated on 400 ha of natural bushland, it contains native animals and plants representative of Northern Territory, and especially Top End tropical monsoonal, environments. It contributes to their conservation through research programs as well as through public education. The three main habitats represented are woodland, wetland and monsoon vine forest.Make your Berry Springs itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
The Territory Wildlife Park is a member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA).
Territory Wildlife Park reviews
It's been a few years now but I just happened to be sorting photos and the happy memories of many visits (we lived just up the road) came flooding back. Beautifully laid out, a real sense of the... more »
Great little adventure only 40 minutes from darwin. Lots to see and a great all day activity for kids and adults. Loved the monsoon walk the most. more »
Absolutely loved this place. We visited in the middle of January when it was hot and humid as anything but walking along the paths was very enjoyable. Lots of tree coverage. Very well thought out. 3 different nature areas. Heaps to see. The shuttle train was just the icing on the cake for the kids. Staff very approachable.
I would STRONGLY recommend this place to anyone visiting Darwin. It's better than any zoo or wildlife park I've ever been to. The animals were in their comfortable habitats, not distressed by the presence of people. The enclosures were a beautiful representation of native Australian wildlife, and a spectacular showcase of what the NT has to offer. The animals were healthy, active and diverse. The Monsoon forest boardwalk and aviary section were absolutely stunning, immersing you with the birds and producing a wonderful atmosphere. The nocturnal animals and aquarium sections were air-conditioned; a perfectly timed reprieve from the outdoor wet season heat. The train service and staff were all very useful and hospitable. Territory Wildlife Park managed to produce a wholesome wildlife experience while still maintaining the integrity and respect for the wildlife they were showcasing. Well deserved 5⭐️.
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