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Park Information

A collage of images of the Alice Springs Desert Park

What's on Today

The Territory Wildlife Park has a number of events on throughout the day. Find out whats on today.

When is it Open?

Where is it?

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.

How Much does it Cost?

Adult $26

Child
(5-16 Years)

$13
Student/Concession $18.20
Seniors Card $20.80
Economy Family Pass
1 Adult & up to 2 children
$45.50
Super Economy Pass
2 Adults & up to 4 children
$71.50
*NT School Groups (school terms)
Accompanying teachers/adults are free
$10 per student
* Interstate School Groups
Accompanying teachers/adults are free
$10 per student

* Tertiary Groups
Accompanying teachers are free

$10 per student
Wholesale Rates on application

* These rates are only valid when visiting with school groups.  Rates are valid for groups of 10 or more students.  Group bookings must be made prior to arrival to receive discounted rates.  Rates are only valid during school term (excluding vacation & childcare groups).

Darwin Day Tours, Top End Escapes and Northern Territory Indigenous Tours have tours departing from Darwin.

Entry tickets can be pre purchased on line from Tourism Top End.

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.