The Woodland Habitat is our impressive welcome! This is your first taste of the opportunities that await you further in the park for animal interaction. Wander amongst the richly coloured birds of northern Australia’s open woodland. Marvel at the complexity of the locally endangered and endemic finches, watch woodswallows swooping overhead and search for the smallest species that live in the undergrowth, from quail to the endangered Northern Bettong.
Our Wallaby Walk is located within our three main Habitats. This walk leads visitors on a journey of discovery into the intriguing behaviours and fascinating world of our native wallaby.
Savannah & Pelican Feeding Tour
The Savannah and Pelican Feeding Tour provides you with an entertaining and educational talk about the pelicans while encouraging their involvement with treats. Bring your camera especially if
you are a keen photographer of wildlife, you will enjoy photographing these birds as they follow along and eat their food. Amongst the many interesting facts that you’ll learn, is how they catch fish and how long they live in the wild.
Savannah & Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo Tour
On the Wallaby Walk you can interact with and hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies. A host of wild native birdlife use the lake as a sanctuary. View lagoons where both the estuarine and freshwater crocodiles lurk beneath the water or bask on the sunlit banks.During this tour you’ll also learn about the Lumholtz Tree Kangaroos successful breeding program which is uncovering the secrets of tree kangaroo behaviour and reproduction.
Experience the might of these ancient species. Our Wildlife Keepers will demonstrate the sheer power of the estuarine and freshwater crocodile during an informative feeding presentation in the Savannah. Check with our friendly reception staff for daily croc feeding times.