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Crocodile courtship results in 54 nests for 2024

Koorana Crocodile Farm is excited to see the start of baby crocs entering the world for 2024 after 2000 eggs from 54 nests were collected across the season. Despite it being an unnormal season for the crocs with uncontrollable natural… Read more »

Cruise shore excursions in our sights

Visiting from Sydney, a delegation from Intercruises, one of five (5) ground handling companies offering shore excursions to the Cruise industry in Australia, is familiarising themselves with our destination this week. Hosted by CEO Mary Carroll, this is a direct outcome… Read more »

Visitor Information Centre volunteers experience Koorana Crocodile Farm

11 Volunteers and staff from the Capricorn Coast Visitor Information Centre attended a familiarisation at Koorana Crocodile Farm on the 18th April. Volunteers were greeted by Adam Lever, and given an introduction on the history of crocodiles and Koorana Crocodile… Read more »

Koorana Crocodile Farm and 4 Boys and a Caravan feature on Channel 9’s My Way at 5:30pm this Sunday

From snappy crocs and sustainability of these prehistoric beasts, to a full time travel family who have the Capricorn Coast at the top of their holiday hotspots, this week’s edition of My Way on Channel 9 is set to showcase… Read more »

New life begins at Koorana Crocodile Farm

It’s a shellabration of new life at Koorana Crocodile Farm over the coming months, as loads of baby crocs emerge from their shells and get ready to snap into life on the outside. The first nest of the season hatched… Read more »

Relief for Koorana Crocodile Farm, Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary and Rockhampton Zoo

Staff from Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary, Koorana Crocodile Farm and Rockhampton Zoo will sleep a little easier at night following the Federal Government’s unveiling of a $94.6 million support package to assist with operations as they ride out the COVID-19… Read more »