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Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park

Broome Tours and Activities

Details

Hours: OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND 7 DAYS A WEEK 2PM to 5PM THE FAMOUS CROCODILE FEEDING TOUR IS 3PM DAILY (only closed Christmas Day) Please Bring: Hat, walking shoes, suncream.

The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park has some of the largest crocodiles in Australia set amongst large Kimberley lakes.

The Park is home to many species of Australiana including Dingoes, Cassowaries, many species of bird as well as 5 species of Crocodiles and Alligators.

Enter another world through the jaws of a giant saltwater crocodile. Constructed over several months in 2005, the giant fiberglass head is already recognised as the best example of its kind in the world.

The famous daily feeding tour showcases some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia.

The shop museum showcases an extraordinary display of Malcolm's forty years spent producing his famous adventure films. These classic films can be purchased in the shop, as well as our exclusive range of saltwater crocodile product including wallets, belts, hatbands and crocodile teeth jewellery.

Visitors can purchase drinks and ice creams, whilst relaxing in the outdoor seating area overlooking the natural 'Long Lake' system.

Located only 15 minutes drive from Broome, we look forward to you joining us on a tour.

Map & Directions

LOT 351 Broome Highway, Broome WA 6725, Australia

Directions

The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park is situated 16 kilometres East of Broome along the Broome Highway (the only road in and out of town). Be sure to look for the sign!

Cancellation Policy

Full refund in result of Croc Park cancelling Tour. 50% refund if customer cancels within 24 hours of tour departure.