Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs

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Transfer bus to the Territory Wildlife Park and Berry Springs Nature Reserve

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A day well spent!

I wanted to visit the Territory Wildlife Park in Berry Springs but there was no possibility for a public transfer. At the tourist office, they recommended Ethical Adventures. I spent some hours at the very interesting Wildlife Park. I regretted that I had to leave Darwin next day and had no time for other tours. I can highly recommend this company!


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A lazy day at the springs

From Darwin we trace a southerly route to Berry Springs Reserve for the option of going for an early morning massage / swim before we visit the Territory Wildlife Park. 

Featuring water temperature of around 28 degrees and small waterfall to massage your shoulders Berry Springs is the ultimate holiday spot.

Next door is the wildlife park where we will move towards after our dip.  Once into the park you will be given a full orientation of the park and then you will be free to explore the 400 hectare marvel at your leisure.

The Territory Wildlife Park is a venerated research destination with natural exhibits devoted to showcasing Australia’s woodland, wetland, and monsoon environments. During your excursion, see local Barramundi, a giant saltwater crocodile, and osprey alighting on the branches above you.

Learn of the indigenous plants and animals in the park-see exhibits you can check off your sightseeing bucket list. Pause to refuel with a delectable lunch at the park’s cafe, feasting on fresh salads and sandwiches at your own expense.

During the afternoon, observe a wildlife show featuring birds of prey, pelicans, or freshwater whip rays before your educational excursion is through.

Around 3 pm your guide will meet you at the from kiosk and bring you back to Darwin.

A visit to the Territory Wildlife Park is a perfect first outing before choosing to explore iconic locations such as Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park.


Tour Features

  • Flexible Itinerary
  • Visit both Berry Springs and the Territory Wildlife Park
  • Full Park Orientation
  • FREE Park Shows including the birds of prey show, pelican feeding, wallaby walk, ooloo sandbar demonstration and much more.

What's Included?

☑ Pickup & Drop-off at your accommodation

☑ Sitemap and orientation

☑ Insect repellent & sunscreen


You bring!

☐ Hat

☐ Camera

☐ Water bottle

☐ Walking shoes

☐ Sunglasses

☐ Lunch (optional)

☐ Phone

time to dine

Take advantage of the well stocked café within the park which supplies salads, sandwiches and wraps as well as a selection of fruit and fried options. You are also welcome to bring your own for which we can supply a day pack for your use.

Pickup & Dropoff

We pick up from ALL private and commercial accommodation in the greater Darwin region (Palmerston by prior arrangement).


We do require a minimum of 4 ADULT paying passengers before this service can be confirmed.  We suggest a minimum agility and fitness level comparable to being able to skip for 5 metres without suffering heart pain or muscle soreness. We also advise all participants to read our Terms and Conditions prior to booking and recommend travel insurance when visiting the Northern Territory.

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