One of the Northern Territory's top tourist attractions is set to raise its profile after recently opening a new feature on its premises.
The Territory Wildlife Park announced the launch of its newest garden over the weekend, which is set to attract even more wildlife to the already popular attraction.
Bess Price, minister for parks and wildlife, said in a September 13 media release that the garden was a joint community project and was only possible through the help of territory volunteers.
It also aimed to educate the public on how they too could provide a wildlife-friendly environment in their homes.
"The garden has been developed to show people how they can create an environment that attracts wildlife in their own backyards in a contemporary and visually appealing way," she said.
Territory Wildlife Park Director Shael Martin offered some tips on how to achieve this, such as providing drinking and bathing water for birds and offering a range of shelters such as low shrubs and hollowed out trees.
The launch of the garden is an example of how the territory continues to cater for both its human and natural environments, and will therefore be well received by anyone with property in Darwin.