The Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park
The Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park Review
Entering via the jaws of a giant crocodile, this huge park opens up to reveal the Kimberley's native species in a variety of habitats. From rare western quolls and bilbies to dingoes, flying foxes, barking owls and several types of kangaroo, and of course hundreds of crocodiles, the park will keep you entertained for hours. Don't miss the nocturnal sanctuary, which houses endangered species that are part of an important breeding program. Beware the replica croc at the entry—many people have been fooled and frightened by its lifelike appearance. Don't miss the famous croc feeding at 3 pm daily.
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