Our wildlife park in Jersey is situated four miles north of St Helier, in the Parish of Trinity and is easily accessible by:-

Car - on the B31. There is free parking for over 350 cars.
Bicycle - enjoy a stunning countryside cycle ride by taking cycle routes 3a, 1 or 1b. Cycle racks are provided on-site.
Public bus - on routes 3, 13, 13a and Sunday 13b
Coach - Durrell is a major feature of many organised Island tours.

Door to door shuttle bus service
Durrell, via Char-A-Banc Bus Tours Ltd, offers a shuttle bus service, transporting visitors directly from St Helier to the world-renowned Trinity Wildlife Park.

This is no ordinary bus journey; the exterior of the bus features a full vinyl wrap depicting a gorilla’s strong hand and the interior has been completely customised.

Travellers are treated to an engaging on-board experience including a grass floor, camouflage ceiling and exciting audio telling stories about the history of Durrell and some of its overseas conservation projects.

The shuttle bus operates seven days a week with staggered daily departures from Liberation Square. Return adult fares are £4.00 and children pay just £3.00.



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