Shrek's home is open to all at Billabong

JAWS dropped as the first group of Port Macquarie locals laid their eyes on Shrek - Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park’s new 4.6 metre saltwater crocodile.

The 400kg saltie has been touted as one of the most beautiful prehistoric animals in captivity today.

And State MP Leslie Williams, cut the ribbon to his enclosure, marking a monumental achievement for the park.

Now, you can also see the magnificent animal in his state of the art enclosure, with the ‘Jurassic Pond Home of Shrek the Monster Croc’ exhibit open to the public. 

The park’s exceptional viewing enclosure is the only place, aside from Darling Harbour in Sydney, where you can see a crocodile face to face underwater. And the sheer size of Shrek sure is set to impress.

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