Sydney Wildlife World will feature an exhibit with one of the world’s largest crocs this summer, writes Eleanor Griffin.
One of the world’s biggest crocodiles is coming to Sydney Wildlife World for the summer holidays with the Last Living Dinosaur exhibit. Weighing more than a small car, and just shy of 5 metres long, this predator is almost unchanged from the ancient Deinosuchus which roamed the earth 200 million years ago and was thought to be capable of killing and eating large dinosaurs. The massive croc will be kept in an exhibit that recreates the environment of Kakadu NT and joins the largest collection of Australian plants and animals under one roof in the 9 diverse ecosystems at Darling Harbour.
The exhibit will open to the public on Tuesday 22 December and Sydney Wildlife World is open from 9.00am–6.00pm every day (but the last ticket sales are at 5pm).
Tickets cost $31.95 for adults, $17.95 for children and $22.50 for concession. Deals include $58.00 for 1 adult & 2 Children and $85.00 for 2 adults & 2 children.
Call 133 FUN or visit myfun.com.au for more info.