The iconic and award-winning Wildlife Habitat is Australia’s leading environmental wildlife experience, providing visitors with a chance to observe a huge range of native animals and plant life up close in a spacious interactive setting.
Situated at Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland, the park is a leader in sustainable eco-tourism. With 5 distinct ecosystems – Woodlands, Wetlands, Rainforest, Nocturnal and Savannah – set over 8 acres of land, the natural habitat locations allow for an open and immersive experience allowing guests and wildlife the freedom and space to interact.
Showcasing over 100 Australian species and over 600 individual animals, you can hand feed kangaroos and wallabies, smile at a crocodile, observe living history with a visit to the cassowaries, or catch a glimpse of the rare Lumholtz’s tree-kangaroo.
Dive into the aquatic territory of the mighty Estuarine Crocodile at Wildlife Habitat’s CrocArena. This off-the-scale opportunity to swim with saltwater crocodiles is the only one of its kind in Queensland and allows park visitors to swim eye-to-teeth with these terrifying apex predators and live to tell the tale!
Walk the plank – the predator plank that is! A balance beam suspended over a billabong of saltwater crocodiles, join a variety of free guided tours throughout the day or visit the presentation and photo hut to learn about Koalas, pythons, crocodiles and birds. Koala photo and holding opportunities are available, along with birds, snakes and baby crocs ( all optional extra).CROC ARENA
The park offers dining experiences of Breakfast with the Birds or an interactive bird experience in the Curlew Café at 12.30 pm. For something completely different, jump on the WildNIGHT Nocturnal Tour. A 2-hour guided evening tour by torchlight of reclusive after-dark animals and their escapades. Have the opportunity to see the endangered Mahogany glider, observe our scorpions under UV light and keep feeding various nocturnal animals. (min and max numbers apply)