Port Douglas: Wildlife Habitat Entrance Ticket

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Activity provider: Wildlife Habitat

Port Douglas: Wildlife Habitat Entrance Ticket

Activity provider: Wildlife Habitat
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From US$ 27.71 per person

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Visit the award-winning Wildlife Habitat located in Port Douglas, Australia’s leading environmental native wildlife experience. Explore 5 distinct natural habitats: Woodlands, Wetlands, Rainforest, Nocturnal, and Savannah.

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Duration 1 hour
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Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Small group available


  • Handfeed kangaroos and wallabies
  • Experience 5 environments in an interactive setting
  • Watch shows and presentations all throughout the day
  • Have your photo taken with a koala or croc and selection of other animals
  • Walk across a plank over a billabong of saltwater crocodiles
Full description

The iconic and award-winning Wildlife Habitat is Australia’s leading environmental wildlife experience, provides visitors with a chance to observe a huge range of native animals and plant life up close in a spacious interactive setting. Situated at Port Douglas, Tropical North Queensland, the park is a leader in sustainable eco-tourism. With 5 distinct eco-systems - Woodlands, Wetlands, Rainforest, Nocturnal and Savannah - set over 8 acres of land. The natural habitat locations allow for an open and immersive experience allowing guests and wildlife the freedom and space to interact.  Showcasing over 100 Australian species and over 600 individual animals, take the opportunity to hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies, smile at a crocodile, observe living history with a visit to the cassowaries, or catch a glimpse of the rare Lumholtz’s tree-kangaroo. Walk the plank – the predator plank that is - a balance beam suspended over a billabong of saltwater crocodiles, join a variety of free guided tours throughout the day or visit the presentation and photo hut to learn about Koalas, pythons, crocodiles, and birds. Meet rare and elusive nocturnal animals under a "starry night sky" in the Nocturnal Habitat. Koala photo and holding opportunities are available, along with birds, snakes and baby crocs (all optional extra).  For something completely different, jump on the WildNIGHT Nocturnal Tour. A 2-hour guided evening tour by torchlight of reclusive after dark animals and their escapades. Have the opportunity to see the endangered Mahogany glider, observe scorpions under UV light and keeper feed quolls (minimum and maximum numbers apply).

  • Entry to Wildlife Habitat
  • 5 day re-entry ticket
  • Souvenir Photos: koala or crocodile
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • All participants who are over 16 years old must present proof of full vaccination or lawful exemption. All participants under 16 years old must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult from their household

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Meeting point

Port Douglas Rd, Port Douglas QLD 4877, Australia

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Important information

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  • Please note: Wildlife Habitat is committed to the conservation of native species via the onsite Tropical Animal rehabilitation Centre and its extensive involvement in other conservation programs and research - this facility relies solely on donations for its operations
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4.6 /5

based on 14 reviews

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We had a delicious breakfast with the birds and were able to hold the birds. Also the staff was very good at explaining any questions about the birds and koalas.

May 13, 2022

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May 16, 2021

Product ID: 71814