Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park

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  • 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

About Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park, Broome

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.

Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park Information

  • The famous crocodile feeding tour is 3 pm daily.

Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park Ticket Prices

  • Adult : $35 pp, Concession (Pensioner & Backpacker ID Required) : $30 pp.
  • Children (5-15 years) : $20, Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) : $90.

How To reach Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park by Public Transport

  • Rent a car.

Restaurants Near Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park

  • The Old Zoo Cafe
  • Thai Pearl (Thai and Asian fusion served)
  • Lord Mac's Burger Bar

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  • 93.38% of people who visit Broome include Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park in their plan

  • 67.9% 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

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Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park, Broome Reviews

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  • Definitely one of my favourite places in Broome. The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park is open every day of the year except Christmas Day. Tours run daily at 3pm. The tour guides are well trained, informative and entertaining. Watch up close as they feed giant saltwater crocodiles that have been bred at the park, or relocated there due to being a threat to people and/or animals in a variety of locations across the top of Australia. After the tour you are free to roam the park, meeting the inhabitants which include, but are not limited to, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, dingoes raised by Malcolm Douglas, red tailed black cockatoos, a cassowary, monitor lizards and more. A great afternoon activity for the family or with mates. Be wary of the heat if visiting in wet season - the park is outdoors so bring a hat, sunscreen and plenty of water. Crocodiles are more active in wet season and the crowds are minimal so its a great time to visit.

  • Excellent day out with the family and well worth the money. The kids still talk about a year later. Don't miss this attraction

  • Loved it here! The information sessions were amazing and taught me a lot about crocs... I have more respect for them now!! Self guided place with plenty of animals and plants to check out (more than just crocs!). If you're visited Broome then you CANNOT miss out!!! Check the website for the information sessions as you do not want to miss the croc feeding... they're SO loud! CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP!

  • Entertaining for all ages. Don't miss feeding time at 3pm. Tour of the park is great value, costs $90 for a family pass.

  • Amazing animals and interesting people to show you around and very informative and fun.

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