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| From $ 32Territorian Pass: Pay one and get WHOLE YEAR ENTRY!
Expires 31 Mar 2018
For just $32 for adults and $16 for children, Territorians can access the Territory Wildlife Park as many times as they like throughout the year, so when your friends and family are visiting - you won't have to pay!
Territorian Pass Pricing:
TWP family $80
Super family $87
Eco family $54.50
Conditions of the Territorian Pass are:
Evidence of permanent residence in the NT is required (e.g. a driver's licence)
The pass is valid on the day of your visit to the Territory Wildlife Park
The pass is not available with any other discounts or promotions
The pass is valid for the Territory Wildlife Park only
Identification is required with your pass when re visiting the park
The pass is non-transferable and non-refundable
Application must have receipt attached to be valid
So next time you visit the Territory Wildlife Park - make sure your grab your Territorian Pass!
About Territory Wildlife Park
At the Territory Wildlife Park, not only do you see wildlife up-close in their natural habitats, you meet them walking through tree top aviaries, strolling around a natural lagoon and even get to interact with them during daily presentations.
You stroll beneath the surface in our walk-through aquarium and meet some of the Top End’s most amazing aquatic life. You meet, nose to nose, with our giantSaltwater croc. It’s the closest you’ll ever get to a salty without risking a scratch!
Our experienced team love sharing their knowledge of the wildlife and the habitats in their care. It’s what our people are passionate about. The more you ask, the happier they are to share.
What to See and Do
The Territory Wildlife Park is divided into three distinct habitats:
Wetland areas on the Park include creeks, springs and lagoons. During the wet season monsoonal rains flood rivers and creeks. They swell dramatically, spilling over into lowland areas and floodplains. The water remaining after the storms have passed may linger well into the dry season and will often remain for the duration. Where there is water there is an abundance of life.
Wetlands are natural depressions along rivers and floodplains where residual water, providing an abundance of resources for animals and plants, remains well after the rains have stopped falling.
The animals and plants that inhabit Wetland areas can be seen at Goose lagoon, Oolloo Sandbar, Aquarium and Billabong.
Monsoon Vine Forest
As the name suggest, Monsoon Vine Forests rely heavily on the water provided by the heavy monsoonal rain each Wet season. The resident plants and animals are totally dependent on this permanent water for survival.
Many animals rely heavily on the fruiting trees, dense canopy and abundant water for food and shelter, most are extremely secretive, except perhaps the gregarious fruit bats.
Woodland is the most abundant habitat in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Easily distinguished by dominating Eucalyptus trees and an often grassy understorey, these areas exist where water becomes scarce during the Dry.
You can view some of these animals in the Nocturnal House and through the Woodland walk. You can even take a night time tour with a spotlight and see some wild animals in this interesting habitat. Some of the Top End's birds of prey can be seen in a free flight display at the Flight Deck.