The Territory Wildlife Park is a 45-minute drive south of Darwin to Berry Springs. If you are driving yourself, head south from Darwin on the Stuart Highway. Travel about 50km and turn right onto the Cox Peninsula Road. The Park is about 12 km along Cox Peninsula Road on your right. It is well sign posted all the way and is immediately next door to the Berry Springs Nature Park.
|Infant (0 – 4 years)||Free|
|Child (5 – 16 years)||$16|
|Australian Government Seniors Card||$25.50|
|Economy Family Pass (1 adult and up to 2 children)||$54.50|
|Super Economy Family Pass (2 adults and up to 4 children)||$87|
Don't forget to grab your Territorian Pass when you next visit the Territory Wildlife Park.
**Please note - due to the wide variety of natural habitats that can be experienced, the Territory Wildlife Park operates with a no refund policy.
At the Territory Wildlife Park, not only do you see wildlife up-close in their natural habitats, you also get to meet them walking through tree-top aviaries, strolling around a natural lagoon and during daily keeper presentations. Our daily feature presentations are a fun and interactive way to meet our keepers and guides and learn more about the animals who call the Park home. Daily feature presentations are included with park entry.
We also have daily Wild Encounters (additional cost) if you’re after a really unique experience that you won’t forget!
Please note that Wild Encounters need to be booked upon entry to the Park and spaces are limited (please see flyers for more information on individual daily Wild Encounters).
Please see below for information regarding our daily Wild Encounters.
(included with park entry)
(additional cost, book upon entry)
|9:30||First train departs from station|
Woodland Walk Wallaby Muster
Billabong Pelican Brekky
Flight Deck ~ Nature Display
VIP Nocturnal Tour (Wild Encounter ONLY)
Oolloo Sandbar ~ River Rays
Last train departs from Main Station
Responsibility for comment in this website is taken by Andrew Bridges on behalf of the Northern Territory Government, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, Tom Hare Building South Stuart Highway, Alice Springs