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Picking up at your Darwin CBD accommodation in our comfortable, air-conditioned, small tour bus, our first stop is the Adelaide River where we board our own boat for your private jumping crocodile cruise. Our purpose built boats get you right up close to the really big crocs – a must-do Territory experience!
Keep your camera at the ready and watch out when the big birds of prey swoop down to steal meat meant for the crocs – this is as close as you’re ever likely to get to the beautiful White Bellied Sea Eagle.
Then it’s off to Litchfield National Park via Batchelor Township. Quality information and commentary on Darwin & Litchfield National Park history & culture. Stopping in Litchfield to look at and get a photo with some very impressive magnetic and cathedral termite mounds.
We drive onto Litchfield National Park stopping for our gourmet picnic lunch and visiting Wangi Falls, Tolmer Falls, Buley Rock Hole and Florence Falls. A great chance for some exploring and a cool dip in one of the fantastic swimming holes.
Reluctantly leaving Litchfield National Park we make our way back to Darwin City and East Point Reserve to take in a legendary Top End sunset over the ocean. Recap the day’s events over prawns and bubbly while absorbing one last stunning display of our amazing natural heritage.
We return you to your Darwin accommodation at approximately 7.30pm. Put About Darwin Jumping Croc Cruise and Wildlife Tour at the forefront of your travel plans using our Darwin tour itinerary planner.
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About Darwin Jumping Croc Cruise and Wildlife Tour Reviews
It was a fantastic early morning tour 9.00am. Worth the 2.5 hr drive from our Home. We saw approx 12 crocodiles of varying shape and size. A pleasant and informative tour guide who is clearly... more »
There being not much to do in Darwin, the Jumping Crocs was a good day out. However the feeding of the crocs was very repetitive and a bit slow down the river. Staff very friendly! more »
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