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Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park

Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park

Daily: 2pm–5pm
Broome Road, Roebuck, Western Australia, 6725

The basics

Though the park is only open for three hours, visitors are able to see handler-led feedings in the afternoon, when crocodiles the size of cars enjoy their daily meal. You’ll also find four other crocodile species in the park, as well as American alligators, dingoes, cassowaries, wallabies, and hundreds of kangaroos.

Visitors to the park can choose between a basic admission ticket, a guided tour that includes round-trip transportation from hotels in Broome, or a full-day experience that combines a visit to the Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park with stops at 12 Mile Bird Park and The Mango Place.

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Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
$57.69 per adult
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Our Tour
Our Tour Guide Gabby was an absolute delight, she was very knowledgeable and made the experience very enjoyable. Would highly recommend
Haylee_M, May 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Broome

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Our Tour
Haylee_M, May 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
Our Tour Guide Gabby was an absolute delight, she was very knowledgeable and made the experience very enjoyable. Would highly recommend
star-5
Great help with pickup...
Ross_G, May 2022
3 in 1 Tour: Matso’s Brewery, Broome Museum & Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
Great help with pickup from hotel, with guides knowledge & helpful tips made the tour very enjoyable. The 3 locations each having there unique charm.
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Interesting
Lesley_M, May 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
Informative but hard to see most of the action because of crowd. Nervous about some people not controlling their kids near wire fences
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Well put together tour...
Cameron_B, May 2022
3 in 1 Tour: Matso’s Brewery, Broome Museum & Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
Well put together tour putti g three different elements together. Our guide Adrian did I his job well. Crocodile Farm was awesome! Highly recommended.
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Too many to mention, but...
Judy_B, May 2022
3 in 1 Tour: Matso’s Brewery, Broome Museum & Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
Too many to mention, but a stand out was at the museum when they printed out an article of my dad's time as a doctor in Broome
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The time spent from the...
Patricia_O, May 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
The time spent from the pick up to the drop off was so pleasurable and informative. Our bus driver, Abby was so full of interesting stories and information which made us all relax and gave a bit if fun. The crocks were very interesting and the guide was a good feller
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A day toMalcolm Crocodiles Park
Iuliana_S, Apr 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
To be so close to the crocodiles was a great experience. My daughter hold a baby crocodile, and this she will remember forever. Thank you for such a good day!
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A must do experience.
Kahla_T, Apr 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
A must do experience if you come to Broome. Take insect repellent if you remember. Everyone is lovely, helpful and patient with the kids. My boy loved holding the baby crocs.
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Very enjoyable
Jason_P, Apr 2022
3 in 1 Tour: Matso’s Brewery, Broome Museum & Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
Great trip and very nice and friendly host. Highlight was the crocodile farm of course. Some huge crocs. Don’t get too close as they move quick when they’re hungry.
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Amazing
Heather_M, Apr 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
This place is is an amazing place to get up close to these magical creatures 🐊. We lived every second of it.
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Prehistoric experience
Mark_T, Apr 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
A great afternoon outing. Sherrie was welcoming and was very knowledgeable about Broome, with lots of interesting bits of info and gossip. The crocodile park was definitely worth the visit with some up in your face experiences with the prehistoric beasts.
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Amazing
Kylie_G, Apr 2022
Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park Tour Including Transportation
Our bus guide was really funny and gave dukes good info our tour guide at the park was just amazing gave us great story about the crocodiles and their life story

Things to know before you go

*The crocodile park is a popular attraction with families. *Bring some insect repellent, as the mosquitos and sand flies can be relentless. *Don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes for walking around the park and protection from the sun. *Much of the park is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.

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How to get there

Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park is located about 15 minutes outside of the city and is best accessed by car. The Broome Bus, which travels between Chinatown and Cable Beach, also stops at the park.

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When to get there

The crocodile park is open daily throughout the year (closed Christmas) from 2pm to 5pm. Feeding tours take place daily at 3pm.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park?
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