Crocodylus Park is one of the Northern Territory’s premier tourist attractions. Home to over 10,000 crocodiles, as well as lions, tigers, monkeys, meerkats, snakes and more. It offers an unparalleled educational experience and an up-close look at some amazing native and exotic wildlife. It continues to be one of Darwin’s must see tourist attractions and provides an exciting and educational experience to its guests.
WMI founded Crocodylus Park in 1994 and has continued to operate it since. Built as a research and education facility it is one of only a few such dedicated facilities around the world. Crocodylus Park has supported numerous BSc, MSC and PhD students, collaborated with them on academic and industry-focused research projects. It is the headquarters of all WMI operations, and of the Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG) of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
For more information about Crocodylus Park please see their website