If you want to witness the crocodiles of the Territory at close
quarters, Crocodylus Park is a logical place to go. A wildlife research
and education centre focusing on the crocodile, Crocodylus Park is home
to over a thousand crocodiles, as well a diverse array of other
wildlife including big cats, primates, birds and other reptiles. An air
conditioned museum tells about the origin of crocodiles, how many
different species there are and why they are so feared - and revered.
Location: 815 McMillans Road, Knuckey Lagoon.
How to get there: How to get there: by car, take Stuart Highway from
Darwin, left onto Amy Johnston Ave., right into McMillans Rd;
By bus, No.5 bus from Darwin City, No.5 or No.9 bus from Casuarina, No.9 bus from Palmerston.