The award-winning Wildlife Habitat, located in Port Douglas, is a wildlife immersion exhibit providing visitors with a chance to experience the Wetlands, Rainforest, Savannah and Woodland environments in an open and interactive setting. Start your day with a sumptuous Breakfast with the Birds or stop for our delicious Lunch with the Lorikeets in the tropical restaurant setting. You can also stop past our Curlew Café & Bar for a snack or refreshment. As you make your way along the boardwalks of the Rainforest environment, you can fully immerse yourself in the different levels of the rainforest, from the forest floor to the canopy, and the wildlife which occupy it. Follow the Cassowary Walk to view local species such as the Cass and Airlie, our resident southern cassowaries, as well as the Boyd’s forest dragon and the colourful eclectus parrots. In the Wetlands, look out for the range of birds and other wildlife that call the area home, including the Black-Necked Storks. Make your way to the top of the elevated Stork Tower and enjoy an unprecedented view of their nest (and eggs, if you’re lucky!). Wildlife Habitat is the only park in the world successfully breeding the Storks. Over in the Savannah exhibit, you will have the opportunity to hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies and admire the endangered Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroos. Boardwalks overlook tropical lagoons where both the estuarine and freshwater crocodiles lurk beneath the water or bask on banks in the sunshine. Watch as our experienced Wildlife Keepers demonstrate the sheer power of the saltwater crocodile during feeding time.. For a more informative experience, you can follow a guided tour with one of our knowledgeable keepers through the park. Souvenir photos with koalas, pythons and crocs are also available. Wildlife Habitat Entry = $34 ad & $17 ch. Breakfast with the Birds = $19 ad & $9.50 ch. Lunch with the Lorikeets = $22 ad & $11 ch.
Wildlife Habitat is the #1 Port Douglas attraction! Want to cuddle a koala, meet pythons, crocodiles, amazing Australian birds and hand feed kangaroos?