Durrell Wildlife Park began as the first ever conservation-themed zoo. 50 years later, Gerald Durrell’s animal haven is the natural place to discover some of the world’s most incredible creatures. Whether you’re after fun, tranquility, knowledge or a place to soak up the sunshine, this stunning 32 acre park with valleys, woodland and some of the world’s rarest animals is the perfect chance to experience ‘the jewel in Jersey’s crown’. Relax and stay a while or see the best bits in under 2 hours!
Madagascar Adventure at Durrell
Gerald Durrell: A Conservation Hero
Gerald Durrell Week Course
The wildlife park is situated four miles north of St Helier, in the Parish of Trinity. You can reach the Park by car on the B31 or the public bus on routes 3, 13 and 23. Enjoy a stunning cycle ride by taking cycle routes 3a, 1 or 1b. We offer a return shuttle bus from St Helier to Durrell too!
Current special offers
Durrell Wildlife Park - CI Heritage Festival 2017 Offer
Every Monday (apart from Easter Monday 17 April) during the CI Heritage Festival, 8th April to 10 May, Durrell Wildlife Park would like to offer a special discount of half price for children, when accompanied by an adult, with production of your CI Heritage Festival Booklet. You can also take part in a 'Gerald Durrell Treasure Hunt' around the park, designed for children to discover more about one of conservations greatest heroes.
Gerald Durrell Week CourseLed by our Honorary Director, Lee Durrell, this week-long course will introduce you to the headquarters of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, showing you how Gerald Durrell’s work lives on in the organisation he created to save species from extinction. Meet our expert staff, learn about our major conservation programmes, take field trips to our Jersey-based projects. For full details and prices visit website.