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Morning Jumping Crocodile Cruise from Darwin $115

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Operates: Daily (May – November) / Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday (November – March)

Departs: 7:30am

Returns: 11:30am

Adults: $115

Children: $70 (0 – 12 years)

If you are travelling with an infant under the age of 4 years, please select an infant fare and provide the child age in the notes when you book and we will provide appropriate travel restraints.

  • Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise
  • Crocodile feeding
  • Air-conditioned coach travel
  • Friendly & informative guide
Location Address Time
The Cavenagh Hotel 12 Cavenagh Street Darwin 7:30am
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort 901 Stuart Hwy Deviney Rd, Holtz 7:45am
Discovery Parks 11 Farrell Crescent Entrance, Winnellie 7:40am
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel 116 The Esplanade Darwin 7:35am
H105 On Mitchell 105 Mitchell St Darwin 7:35am
Hilton Darwin 32 Mitchell Street Darwin 7:35am
Mantra on the Esplanade 88 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Mindil Beach Casino Resort Casino Sr the Gardens Darwin 7:25am
Novotel Darwin CBD 100 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise 2915 Arnhem Hwy, Window to the Wetlands, Wak Wak 8:45am
Tourist Precinct Mini Bus Zone 39 Mitchell Street Darwin 7:35am
Travelodge Resort Darwin 64 Cavenagh St Darwin 7:30am

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Morning Jumping Crocodile Cruise from Darwin $115

Morning Jumping Crocodile Cruise from Darwin Itinerary

Home to around 100 000 saltwater crocodiles, Australia’s Top End in the best place to view these fearsome creatures in therir native habitat. Join our Morning Jumping Crocodile Cruise from Darwin for your chance to observe the Adelaide River “salties” in the wild and learn all about them from an expert local guide.

Our tour begins in Darwin, where we will meet and make our journey to the Adelaide River. Once arrived, we’ll jump on deck of the custom-made boats of the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise and head down the river in search of some crocs!

As we cruise the waters of the Adelaide River, your expert wildlife guide will have plenty of fascinating information to share with you about crocodiles. You’ll learn all about their feeding and hunting habits, their importance to the balance of the ecosystem and astounding facts about their biology. The crocodiles in the area are well known to the local guides, who recognise each croc and refer to them by name.

Crocodiles are famous for their power and strength, which you will witness firsthand when it comes to feeding time. We’ll draw them out from their shady hiding spots with a tempting piece of raw meat. Using their incredible strength, the crocodiles hurl themselves out of the water to snatch the meaty snack, just as they would when hunting a bird. You’ll be blown away by their size and might!

While crocodiles are definitely the main attraction, be sure to keep an eye out for some of the smaller animals living in the Marrakai wetlands. The area is a well-known habitat for many birds, reptiles and animals. Then, once safely back on land, we’ll jump back on the bus to head back to Darwin.

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