This place is terrific. Up close encounters with reptiles, and informative talk from the experts on reptiles. Kids and adults all loved it.
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About Alice Springs Reptile Centre
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The talk/demo that was put on by Crysta was really informative and she was a good public talker. Good with the kids (and I don't even have any but liked what she did for them) Nora the chubby blue tongue was adorable and Suzy the...More
Worth a visit to this little place. Reptiles were really active, which was a bit different than other zoo/ reptile places I've been to. I found the information session really interesting and a highlight was having the huge olive python placed around my neck and...More
You can do this individually but we did as part of the 'A Town Like Alice Tour'. Don't be deceived by the size of the building, this is a great little find. We had an introductory talk by one of the staff on snakes in...More
What an excellent presentation. We have the most dangerous snakes on the planet and yet we have the safest to be protected from. Learn how to survive among our cold blooded creatures. See Terry, cute, if you would like to venture into the pool. A...More
Not only reptiles but also small diurnal or nocturnal animals and their habitat. Was good to see the little desert marsupials.
We had to kill some time in Alice Springs and decided to visit the reptile center one hour before closing time. We still had enough time to browse through the exebition and see all the reptiles on display as well as reading most of the...More
A small centre, but has a lot of different types of reptiles in it, very interesting, and has a little show a couple of times a day where you get to hold a couple of the lizards/dragons and a snake. I thought it was great...More
We visited as part of a town tour. Rex the owner is very passionate about the reptiles and can talk the leg off an iron chair. His presentations were very entertaining as well as informative. We all learnt how to avoid being taken by a...More