Welcome to Wildlife Habitat
Immersive wildlife experience in Port Douglas
Experience immersive wildlife encounters in the heart of Tropical North Queensland at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas. Explore unique habitats, hand-feed iconic Australian animals, and learn about conservation efforts in this award-winning, eco-certified nature park.
True Australian Wildlife Experiences
Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas
Looking for an unforgettable Australian wildlife experience? Look no further than Wildlife Habitat! This advanced eco-certified wildlife sanctuary offers visitors the opportunity to interact with native Australian animals in their recreated natural environments. From hand-feeding iconic wallabies and kangaroos to catching a glimpse of the legendary Southern Cassowary or Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroo, the park offers a variety of unique experiences.
Explore five spacious environments, including Wetlands, Rainforest, Savannah, Nocturnal and Woodlands, and get up close and personal with the species that call these habitats home. With crocodile feeding presentations and the chance to have your photo taken with a koala, Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas offers something for everyone. And now, more than ever, it is crucial to support conservation and sustainability efforts. With immersive experiences and activities for all ages, Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas is the perfect destination for your next adventure.
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Advanced Eco Certified
At Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas, sustainability is at the core of everything we do. Our park is proudly certified as Advanced Ecotourism by Ecotourism Australia, which recognises our commitment to conservation, community engagement, and sustainable practices.
Visitors can observe and appreciate the beauty of Australia's native wildlife in a natural and spacious environment. We offer an interactive experience where animals and guests can mingle freely, while elevated boardwalks ensure minimal impact on the environment. Our motto is "observation, appreciation, and conservation", and we strive to educate our visitors about the importance of wildlife conservation and the impact of our daily actions on the environment.
As part of our commitment to conservation, Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas is also home to an on-site care centre for the Tropical Animal Rehabilitation Centre. This centre provides care and rehabilitation for injured, sick, orphaned, and displaced native wildlife, and our visitors can learn about this important work during their visit.
Join us in our mission to promote sustainable tourism and support the conservation of Australia's unique wildlife by visiting Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas today.
Tropical Animal Rehabilitation Centre
Tropical Animal Rehabilitation Centre (TARC) is dedicated to providing high-quality care and rehabilitation for displaced, injured, sick or orphaned native Australian wildlife. Our team of experienced and dedicated staff work tirelessly to ensure that each animal receives the best possible care to ensure their successful release back into the wild.
As an integral part of our commitment to conservation, we also actively participate in various conservation programs and research initiatives aimed at protecting Australia's unique wildlife. We rely solely on donations for the operation of our facility and appreciate any support that enables us to continue our vital work.
When you visit Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas, you have the opportunity to learn about the important work we do at our rehabilitation centre and how you can help us support the conservation of Australia's unique wildlife.
What's New at Wildlife Habitat
Two massive crocodiles have been successfully delivered to Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas from Australia Zoo, in preparation for the official opening of CrocArena next month. Now in its final stages of construction, CrocArena will host an opening event on Friday 20th August. Wildlife Habitat Wildlife Manager Rabecca Lynch said
While half of Europe is still in lockdown, we in Australia are lucky enough to be able to travel within our own backyard. And as