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Took our two grandsons to crocodile park, a 10 and 12 years old. We all enjoyed it immensely, very interesting to learn about the crocodiles, even able to hold and feel a baby crocodile, which they thought was amazing although a bit apprehensive. Such a...More
I first visitef this on my first trip to Broome in 2013. It is about a 20 minute drive from Broome. Well worth seeing this place and finding out all about crocodiles. You get to walk through area and get told the history of each...More
We had a brilliant afternoon at the Michael Douglas Crocodile Farm & Refuge in Broome. Highly recommend a visit there, we were entertained and expertly informed by one of the lovely young Park rangers, he guided the tour through the enormous park and introduced us...More
We visited the park with just my husband and I, no kids. It opened at 2pm and closes at 5pm, but in that short time you definitely get your money worth. The Croc feeding was incredible, and then the guided tour through feeding all the...More
We enjoyed this park where we got their before the 3pm tour/feeding to look around at the various animals. The guide was very informative. You move from the main lake to other areas as the feeding progresses.
It was amazing to see these huge powerful...More
Wouldn't recommend run down and many of the birds looking very unwell. Not good seeing day old dead chickens in the goanna cages and snake tanks that hadn't been eatenMore
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Elaine H, Manager at Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park and Animal Refuge, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
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Malcolm's vision was to create a wilderness park where animals could live as close to their natural habitat as possible. We do have a team of staff who maintain the grounds, however It was...More
One could just go and walk around and see the crocs sunning themselves and assorted birds in other cages and get value for money but the 3pm feeding tour gives an insight to the stories behind some of the crocs and safety points to holidaying...More
Response from Elaine H | Property representative |
The park is not big. The feeding tour is a walking tour where the guide takes you from one enclosure to the next. The walk would be approximately 500 metres over an hour. There are also seats throughout the park.