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Parks & Wildlife Service of the Northern Territory
Parks and Wildlife sites are listed here. If it is not here, you can visit the Parks & Wildlife Service of the Northern Territory or visit the National Parks home page.

For information about bushfires and if you have trouble contacting them from the details supplied here, visit the Parks and Wildlife Service of the Northern Territory. There is also an online form by which you can contact them.

Each year between May and October, the Territory, as part of their Territory Parks Alive program, runs a series of free guided walks, talks and slide shows in the parks and reserves across the Territory. The activities provide the opportunity to experience the natural wonders of the area, learn about desert and local cultures, and hear stories from the past.

The program provides Rangers an opportunity to get to know their visitors and pass on some of their professional knowledge and some of their personal experiences in managing the parks. They can also give give visitors a few tips about other places to visit nearby.

Whether you are a local or a tourist, here is your chance to find out more about the nature of this wonderful Territory. Contact the local visitors centre or check the NT Parks & Wildlife website for further information.

Any questions about parks and reserves in Victoria, can be made by visiting Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory website or by contacting direct.


Darwin Region (Headquarters)  
Goyder Centre 
25 Chung Wah Terrace, PALMERSTON NT 0830

Ph: +61 8 8999 5511
Ph: +61 8 8999 4555
Email: See website for details.
Overnight Walkers Registration Scheme
Walkers planning extended and overnight walks are strongly advised to register with the Walker Registration Scheme.

Ph: 1300 650 730

Click here for the Overnight Walker Registration Scheme Information Sheet (PDF 195 Kb)
Territorian Pass for Wildlife Park
The Territory Passes for Wildlife Park now provide Territorian unlimited access to the Territory Wildlife Park. This annual passes commences from the date of purchase with prices based on the following categories: adult, child, student, concession, seniors, economy (family), super-economy (family), and NT Schools (primary and secondary).

This provides locals an inexpensive way to visit the Territory Wildlife Park as many times as they want throughout the year.

Once you purchase the pass, you need to provide this with a photo ID each time you visit.

Source: announcement dated April 15, 2006 by Marion Scrymgour,
Minister for Environment and Natural Resources (PDF  89.6 Kb)

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Main Office - Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory

- see website for details

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Northern Region - Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory

  DARWIN Darwin Region - Palmerston Headquarters
- see website for details

The Parks and Wildlife Service of the NT no longer provide a rescue service for injured, ill or orphaned native wildlife. This service is now provided by organisations within the community that continue to work closely with the Parks and Wildlife Service.

There are around 250 carers throughout the entire Northern Territory covering the arid zone to the tropics. People interested in wildlife care should contact their local wildlife rescue organisation for training and membership details.

The following contact details may change so see our national park website for current Agency Contacts:

General Enquiries: 08 8999 4401
Wildlife Rescue - Darwin: 0409 090 840
Snake Callouts
For assistance with problem snakes and other large reptiles -
Darwin/Palmerston and rural areas: 1800 453 210
Darwin: 08 8999 4691 / 0419 822 859
Permits (Hunting/Wildlife/Parks): 08 8999 4795

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Katherine Region - Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory

  KATHERINE - Katherine Region
General Enquiries: 08 8973 8888
- see website for details

Wildlife Rescue - Katherine: 0407 934 252
For assistance with problem snakes and other large reptiles -
Snake Callouts - Katherine: 0407 934 252
Katherine: 08 8973 8888 / 0407 958 405

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Southern Region
  ALICE SPRINGS - Alice Springs Region 
General Enquiries: 08 8951 8211
- see website for details

Park Visitor Information: 08 8952 5800

Wildlife Rescue - Alice Springs: 0419 221 128

For assistance with problem snakes and other large reptiles -
Snake Callouts - Alice Springs: 0407 983 276

Alice Springs Desert Park

General Enquiries: 08 8962 4599
Wildlife Callouts & After Hours: 08 8962 4599
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