Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Feeding Tour - Entry Fees and Transport Included

From AUD $75.00
  • Duration: 180 Minutes (approx.)
  • Location: Broome, WA
  • Product code: BAAMD

Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Feeding Afternoon Tour

2.5 Hours

Daily 2.15 - 4.45 pm  

Adult $80     Child $35 (5-15 yrs)       Infants Free


  • Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park (15 mins from Broome) 

  • Crocodile Feeding Tour 

  • Rogue Crocodile Alley Tour

Enter another world through the jaws of a giant saltwater crocodile! This giant crocodile entry is the best example of its kind in the world. Get up close and personal with over 2,500 crocodiles! Experience the feeding tour and the rogue crocodile alley!

Your guided tour showcases some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia. A personal tour, which includes pictures with the crocodile handlers, talking to the birds and exploring the Park.  Learn all about these prehistoric animals who live in the Kimberley and just outside of Broome Western Australia.   

Extra information 

Wear comfortable shoes, bring your hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and a refillable water bottle 

Broome, owner/operator tour guides

Entry fees and pick up/drop off included to any Broome accommodation and Broome Visitor Centre

We can store your luggage and pick up / drop off at Broome airport 

TripAdvisor Reviews: 

Fantastic Service!

We had Candy as our guide and she was absolutely FANTASTIC!!!

From hotel pick up/ drop off, to getting us in the door without queuing, but by far the best part was Candy making the animals sing, talk and dance, and making sure we had the best views when it was time to get up close and personal with the crocs!

Nick-n-Hayley ***** (5 Stars) TripAdvisor

Amazing Crocodile Experience But So Much More

To be honest, my wife & I were a bit unsure what to do in Broome on our cruise, but for once we made the right choice with the trip to Malcolm Douglas Crocodile & Wildlife Park provided by Broome and Around. Our tour leader from Broome and Around had much experience with the Park and took us to many exhibits before the main presentation that would normally be overlooked by the casual visitor. When the Park naturalist began the presentation, it was not a show, but a serious education, demonstrating how crocodiles survive in the wild. He took us through several different types of crocodiles and alligators and then spent time on several special Park residents who were very interesting. Even after the formal presentation was over, he invited those who wanted to see new wildlife. We were among the last to leave the Park. The Broome and Around leader took extra time to show us Cable Beach even though it wasn't on the itinerary.
This tour was wonderful, and The Park is doing wonderful conservation work in addition to providing a thrilling educational experience. Don't miss it.

sigsky ***** (5 Stars) TripAdvisor