The Territory Wildlife Park in Berry Springs is a fantastic place to see native animals in beautiful, natural settings. With daily presentations and inviting walks, visitors can become acquainted with the wildlife up close, allowing visitors the experience to learn about the many species in each of the park’s three unique habitat areas – Wetlands, Monsoon Vine Forest and Woodland.
Each of the three settings offers visitors wonderful insights into the animals that inhabit each environment. The wetlands area includes various water settings such as springs and lagoons and features interesting plant life as well as water birds, turtles, reptiles and snakes. The Monsoon Vine Forest, reliant on a continuous water supply is a lush rainforest habitat with fruit trees and dense bush. The Woodland area is an environment where water is scarce and interesting wildlife in this area includes nocturnal animals, reptiles and birds of prey. A daily birds of prey presentation takes place twice daily showcasing the birds.
Located about 45 minutes south of Darwin, head south on the Stuart Highway towards Berry Springs. Turn right onto Cox Peninsula Road where the park is situated about 12 kilometres along.