Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: Broome Rd, Roebuck WA 6725, Australia
- Timings: 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 61-891936580
- Ticket Price: 35 AUD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Wildlife Park, Tourist Center, Family And Kids
A 30 hectare animal park that requires you to enter through the giant jaws of a crocodile is enough to tell you what you’re in for. The Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park offers you an up-close viewing of Kimberley’s native species in their natural habitat. Crocs, kangaroos, dingoes, emus, flying foxes and barking owls are just some of the species you’ll see here. Check out the Park’s nocturnal sanctuary where many an endangered species are a part of an important breeding program.
- The famous crocodile feeding tour is 3 pm daily.
- Adult : $35 pp, Concession (Pensioner & Backpacker ID Required) : $30 pp.
- Children (5-15 years) : $20, Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) : $90.
- Rent a car.
- The Old Zoo Cafe
- Thai Pearl (Thai and Asian fusion served)
- Lord Mac's Burger Bar
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61.77% of people who visit Broome include Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park in their plan
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80.77% of people start their Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park
Really amazing experience. Glad I made the effort to drive out there. I could not get over the sheer amount of wildlife at the park, and the tour (which starts at 3pm) was really interesting and engaging. Thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone visiting Broome.
Essential to visit the crocodile park. Great tour and these creatures are huge. Get to see a lot. There's a fair amount of walking so can get a little tiring for little ones. They get baby's out to hold. They are pretty open about there business model. The tour is informative.
Absolute must. Basically walk around to watch crocodiles being fed. You are behind a fence. Tough to see with some of the crowds but incredible to see.
I love this park I’ve visited several times since it opened. It’s a great place to really get up close to the massive salt water crocodiles. There’s also a collection of other interesting animals and birds in this park and you can walk around the grounds at your leisure. It’s worth visiting during feeding times. Highly recommended👍
Great place to visit, worth the cost which isn't that bad at all so many Crocs etc 70+ great your guide and so informative. Make time and go see this place and enjoy