Timber's Island

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Timber's Island
Map of Timber's Island
Full map in Diddy Kong Racing DS
First appearance Diddy Kong Racing
Latest appearance Diddy Kong Racing DS
Ruler Timber's parents
Inhabitants Taj the Genie
Diddy flying his plane in the center area of Timber's Island, facing the Wizpig head, in Diddy Kong Racing

Timber's Island is the island where the events of Diddy Kong Racing and Diddy Kong Racing DS take place; it also serves as the hub area for both games. The island is governed and owned by Timber's parents, and it has a magical protector named Taj the Genie.[1]

During the events of Diddy Kong Racing and Diddy Kong Racing DS, Timber's parents leave for a vacation to Kong Country and leave him temporarily in charge. It is during Timber's brief rule over the island that an intergalactic evil pig, Wizpig attempts to conquer it. During the game(s), the racers try to stop Wizpig from taking complete control over the island.

Timber's Island hosts many environments, including a prehistoric valley, a beach, an arctic area, and a medieval village. Each area has a path connecting to the central area of the island. The central area has a head of Wizpig sculpted out of rock. When the player collects all pieces of the Wizpig Amulet, the player can go into the opened mouth of the head, where the first race against Wizpig takes place.


Timber's Island consists of four zones, each hosting four racetracks. Each zone has their own environment and an overseer native to that environment. The overseer is the boss of the zone, and the player can race them once they clear every racetrack in a zone.

  • Dino Domain – a prehistoric area with dinosaurs and a wild volcano course.
  • Snowflake Mountain – a snow-covered area with mountains and snowy villages.
  • Sherbet Island – an aquatic themed area based on a smaller island near Timber's Island.
  • Dragon Forest – a medieval themed town and adjacent forest.
  • Future Fun Land – although not a part of the island, the player can access the area after a rocket ship disguised as a lighthouse blasts off.



  1. ^ Nintendo Power, Vol. 103, January 1, 1997, page 14. TIMBER Timber's family used to rule the island before the Wizpig began hogging all the race tracks. He's derermined to bring the big pig to justice. He's well equipped to do it, too, with very solid handling. His acceleration, top speed and weight are all in the middle range."