Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
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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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.
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.
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.